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Hi Carlos,

On Nov 19, 2010, at 5:28 PM, Carlos Jenkins wrote:
Hi everyone,

In the Drupal development team we have been thinking in organizing the site
in "groups", dev group, marketing, spanish, french, etc, etc, with members
(open/closed membership), a group dashboard (with tasks, etc). I want to
test this module so maybe everyone
can be happy :D This is not like a forum forum, pure forum, it's more like and conversation flow is more like but also with a mail backend.

I've used this functionality and it's very powerful and user-friendly. In addition to the above 
uses, I also think it would be great for the marketing "street teams" concept I've been working on, 
to let ad-hoc promotional teams form and collaborate online.

However, I think Drew was specifically referring to user support forums in his initial post. 
Elsewhere on our mailing lists, we discussed setting up a subdomain for user forums, such as 
"". In my opinion, this would be the most user-friendly way to provide support 
forums in a way that lets end-users know they are the official forums (and which they can easily 


Benjamin Horst
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