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Sticky Mail

3:14 am on May 28, 2001 (gmt 0)

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Ok, after a year of visiting this forum daily and seeing people asked to refer to their sticky mail, I just got it. Am I the only one who didn't realize that I actually had sticky mail? I want to appologize to anyone who may have sticky mailed me before today because I didn't get it. I thought they were emailing me and I get a lot of email.

Everyone, check your sticky mail. That's a very nice tool Brett. Wish I would have figured it out sooner. I can be very smart about many things and just plan blind about others.


3:21 am on May 28, 2001 (gmt 0)

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Well since we're on the subject of Sticky Mail I have noticed that it does not keep a record of my outgoing messages, only the incoming ones.

Sticky Mail is a very powerful feature- I do like it a lot.

4:55 am on May 28, 2001 (gmt 0)

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Froggyman, when you choose create a message and go to that screen, you can check a box in the lower left that will place a copy of the message in your outgoing mailbox. It took me a long time to find too.
7:22 am on May 28, 2001 (gmt 0)

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You can also set a preference for how long the outgoing messages will be saved:

StickyMail > Options > Number of days to retain messages in sent mail folder

They're automatically purged when the time has elapsed.

StickyMail > Folders

Took me a bit to realize this was how to access the folder with the sent mail. It's also the option to choose to create a new folder to save mail in.

paynt, check your StickyMail :)