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Old 05-31-2013, 06:48 PM  
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Is it possible to automatically "lock" a post after X months of inactivity, that will prevent users from piggybacking on a dead posting?

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Is it possible to automatically "lock" a post after X months of inactivity, that will prevent users from piggybacking on a dead posting?
That would fix most of it. But sometimes people just want to inquire as to the results for OP which would be a legit posting.
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