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Hello all,

we are scratching our heads at the moment. In 2000 (or it might be even before 'my' time) we've started a company diary. there was a few meetings setup to occur weekly, and it stayed like that.

In the meantime, the server (and PCs) have been upgraded, people left (ie - the people who posted the original messages which are supposed to happen weekly, but the whole company structure changed)..

My question is, how can we get rid of those old messages. our Systems Admin guy has tried a few times, and has given up on that.

I've searched hi and low, but no hints or tips can be found.

I am personally not an Admin, but if we find some information, I'm sure I can pass the knowledge on.

Thanks in advance

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