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you can log the chatterbox yourself right now, but if everyone did that, server would start sagging. but i agree, actually, the chatterbox is full of tasty tidbits that are lost forever.

Logging it my self isn't an option for me, I pay my ISP 0.01 pence per minute that I'm connected that's evenings and weekends (for people who don't understand real money :-) that's about $1.00 American roughly per hour) rising to 0.045 per minute during the day. Logging it myself would get very expensive very quickly.

I too would like some way to get at the history and was going to post a discussion topic about this myself earlier on (some of you may remember me asking if it had been discussed before, I thought it had and didn't want to rehash old ground).

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In reply to RE: RE: 24Hr log of chatterbox by nuance
in thread 24Hr log of chatterbox by jjhorner

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