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There is a member (?) Who is a friend of mine on DS. However a certain form of communication was not sent to me which is uncharacteristic of the member. So recently I put the friend's name in the DS search field and had a search done. Thresults of the search were: there are no results for the name you enterred. Why would such results be the case of a member who I still have on my friends list? If the person left the site cancelling his/her membership would not that person be taken off of my friends list as well, or does DS use a system similar to that of Facebook? I've seen a name of a FB member in certain FB groups who at that moment was/is deceased. Thanks for the feedback in advance.
Posted on 06/08/14, 12:39 pm
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Reply #11 - 08/10/14  8:19am
" Another alternative consideration could be that a friend on your friend's list may not post or reply to anything that has been posted but only ever sends private messages.

Not sure if the search option would include members who have not posted or replied in any community board. "
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Reply #12 - 08/10/14  7:48pm
" >> I did what you suggested Vet and so far so good. Thank you.

Good work, Grannie. That is a 'safe' thing to do and will often clear up some common web browsing problems. Learn it and use it well. "

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