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 Post subject: How does PM work?
PostPosted: Mon Sep 18, 2006 7:14 pm 
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Ive sent a few PMs and they users say they havent got them.

I notice they are in my outbox. Why havent they been sent?

When its sent it should be in the sent folder, is that correct?

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Yes, it is in your Sentbox when it is read. When the PM isn't read yet, it is in Outbox.

I'm waiting for an answer on a PM I sent you earlier today in fact, but to me it appears you haven't sent me one. Whatever... if you do want to answer me, you can send me an email (pieter_deneve@yahoo.com) as well.

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From what I understand if it's in your outbox then it's send but not read... if it's in your sendbox then it's also read!

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Read by who? the person who I am sending it to? or by me?

Carsan,

I will email you.


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Once its in the 'sent' box, the recipient has read it.

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Ripley451 wrote:
Once its in the 'sent' box, the recipient has read it.


Thanks, got it!


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As long as the PM is in your Outbox, you can still edit or even delete it.


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