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Points for your primary and first response here.  Asker is new and awarded the add-on comment.

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jkr earned 50 total points
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Thank you! :o)
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Thanks to you.

I'm still not getting any Email Notifs, so finding these via Power Search.

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Oh, Power Search is working now?
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