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    I don't know how many have noticed that the restriction on attachments to JPG, GIF and ZIP seems to have disappeared (haven't checked if this works, but you can choose from "all files"). One very nice new feature is that if you edit a post with an attachment, you no longer lose the attachment. Part of the edit dialog includes options to "keep the file" (default), "delete the file" or "change the file". Thanks Doug

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