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Hi there,
I was wondering if there is a way for us find out total posts done by a person other than "view recent posts" which gives only 50 of the most recent ones.
Please let me know,
Thanks,
Jayadev.
 
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You could do a search in each individual forum using that person's member id.
 
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To "find out total posts" you can simply look at the summary at the bottom of a person's post - yours (Jayadev) says:
Posts: 204 | Registered: Mar 2002 | IP: Logged
So you've got 204 total at this moment. If you want to actually see the individual posts, Marilyn's suggestion is probably best.
 
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Thank you. That really helps.
 
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