9 replaced http://stackoverflow.com/ with https://stackoverflow.com/
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Via an answer yesterday I learned about a guya guy who shamelesly promote his commercial mail component on SO. After throwing a few flags after his canned answers, it occured to me that lots of people seem to have questions about using .NET to read incoming mail. Obviously, a lot of these people also do not know that SO allows searching. Result: a lot of duplicate questions!

Via an answer yesterday I learned about a guy who shamelesly promote his commercial mail component on SO. After throwing a few flags after his canned answers, it occured to me that lots of people seem to have questions about using .NET to read incoming mail. Obviously, a lot of these people also do not know that SO allows searching. Result: a lot of duplicate questions!

Via an answer yesterday I learned about a guy who shamelesly promote his commercial mail component on SO. After throwing a few flags after his canned answers, it occured to me that lots of people seem to have questions about using .NET to read incoming mail. Obviously, a lot of these people also do not know that SO allows searching. Result: a lot of duplicate questions!

8 replaced http://meta.stackexchange.com/ with https://meta.stackexchange.com/
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Via an answeran answer yesterday I learned about a guy who shamelesly promote his commercial mail component on SO. After throwing a few flags after his canned answers, it occured to me that lots of people seem to have questions about using .NET to read incoming mail. Obviously, a lot of these people also do not know that SO allows searching. Result: a lot of duplicate questions!

Via an answer yesterday I learned about a guy who shamelesly promote his commercial mail component on SO. After throwing a few flags after his canned answers, it occured to me that lots of people seem to have questions about using .NET to read incoming mail. Obviously, a lot of these people also do not know that SO allows searching. Result: a lot of duplicate questions!

Via an answer yesterday I learned about a guy who shamelesly promote his commercial mail component on SO. After throwing a few flags after his canned answers, it occured to me that lots of people seem to have questions about using .NET to read incoming mail. Obviously, a lot of these people also do not know that SO allows searching. Result: a lot of duplicate questions!

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7 Fixup of bad MSO links to MSE links migration
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6 Migration of MSO links to MSE links
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5 1 new candidate, 1 closed
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4 five more questions closed
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3 added 52 characters in body
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2 extracting another "top level" question
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