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Hi- I went through crawl errors on google in January and put in a permanent redirect on all of them.

When I go to google webmaster today, and look at crawl errors, it says updated march 15. But all the crawl errors are still there, although they are all dated in November 2010, and when I click on them they take me to the proper redirect page.

 To give you a better idea of what I mean, it says:
Crawl errors
      
In Sitemaps       3
Not found       23
Restricted by robots.txt       133
Updated Mar 15, 2011

But if I click on Not Found, all 23 errors say Detected Nov 20,2010. And all links are actually redirected.

Should I care that they are still showing in the table? Is there something I can do?

Thanks.
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I wouldn't completly care about them if i were you, can you see when the last time google crawled your site?

I'd personally be more concerned about the site map crawl errors.
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ok, that's what I wanted to know, thanks.
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