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    Default A 'search' problem

    Tried just now to carry out a search but the response was:

    you do not have permission to access this page . . .

    Anyone else experiencing this problem or have a solution?

    Errol

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    Hi Errol,
    Same thing with me, been trying on a daily basis just in case it was a minor "tic" but still get the same message.

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    Hi,

    Same for me ! In google link I put the topic I seach+RAF commands. The result is what I wanted

    Bertrand

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    The inbuilt forum search has been off line for a few years.

    The sticky message in the top section of the index page gives details of the far better search engine for the Forum of Google.

    but for the short and dirty method fire up Google and put this in the input bar

    "forum search" site:www.rafcommands.com

    Then hit enter.

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    Whilts I recognise that it has been off for a wee while and I have got used to searching the site via Google, are there any plans to reintroduce the dedicated search facility Ross?

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    Jonny
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    Nope,

    The Google version provides a far better and more extensive search tool without the attendant problems of maintaining the inbuilt forum method of indexing each and every post for a limited set of keywords.

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