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    Default "Find latest posts" not working

    If I go to my user page and click either "Find latest posts" or "Find latest started threads", I get an error "Searching has been disabled."

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    Thanks for the report. Unfortunately, we've had to bring that functionality down for some unscheduled maintenance. We are working hard to restore it soon.

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    I am also see that "Searching has been disabled" message when follow this link:which is extremely useful to find stuff.

    So, +1 to get it fixed
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    Remember, there is a forum search that is active and can lead to better results.

    I have brought the vbulletin search back up.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mitchellsimoens View Post
    Remember, there is a forum search that is active and can lead to better results.
    Thank you for reminding. Though, it doesn't look it provides the same set of capabilities (maybe, I am wrong). Moreover, I am so used with the vbulletin search, that I cannot switch to another one So, thank you very much for reverting it back.
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    The vBulletin search is not optimal at all and at some point we will be turning it off for good.
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    Ok, thank you for the information.
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