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    One question about the functionality of the message board. I rely on the "new posts" icon to let me know which threads have changed since the last time I logged on. If I sign-on and go through them all there's no problem. However, if I don't finishing looking at all the new posts before signing off (or if I'm unceremoniously dumped off by an uncooperative dial-up connection), when I log back on all the "new" posts have flipped over to "old" and I've lost the pointers to the threads I haven't yet read. Any solution to this (that I can control)?

    And before someone asks, no I can't just go by the time stamps. My understanding is that the times are corrected to my time zone, but I have seen time stamps on posts that are in the future (relative to my current time)!

    Please advise.
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