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Topic # 23878 10-Jul-2008 17:27
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On some topics, I get notification emails to pages where they don't exist (e.g. this topic currently has 41 pages, but the email links me to a 42nd page, but the correct post anchor)

Hello, manhinli. A new message has been posted to the 'Vodafone's iPhone rate plans' topic...
http://www.geekzone.co.nz/forums.asp?forumid=40&topicid=23717&page_no=42#146245

This e-mail was sent because you are subscribed to this discussion at Geekzone. If you want to remove this notification, please visit
http://www.geekzone.co.nz/removeforums.asp?topicid=23717

Is the system thinking that there were more posts, so the posts seem to be shifted a few posts forward when in fact they're not?




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  Reply # 146252 10-Jul-2008 17:35

It includes deleted posts, so there are 42 pages including the deleted posts that you and I can not see (as we're not mods, we can only see 41 pages worth)



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  Reply # 146254 10-Jul-2008 17:36
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cranz: It includes deleted posts, so there are 42 pages including the deleted posts that you and I can not see (as we're not mods, we can only see 41 pages worth)

That's just stupid though. I need to manually back track to the previous page, and sort through to get the post.




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