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New Features : Now you can see what you sent!
Posted by Staff1 on 2004/5/13 19:22:22 (7912 reads)

Have you ever thought you replied to a PM and then later wondered if you actually did? Have you ever forgotten exactly what you did say in a PM? Well now you can see your sent PM's!.

To see the PM's you sent, just go into your PM Inbox as usual. In the upper right, you will see Sent PM's. Just click on it to see a list of the PM's you have sent.


When you are in the sent PM's list, it will look very similar to the Inbox except it will have this message across the top:
Messages you sent are listed below. Messages are removed from the list only when the recipient removes the message in their message inbox. If the recipient has not read the message, a new message icon appears to the left of the recipient's name.

In other words, once you send it, it's no longer yours. If the person you sent it to deletes it, you can't see it anymore either. And you can't delete things from your sent box, only from your inbox. But now you can see the PM's you sent (until they delete them) and you can see if it has been read yet.

So check out the "Sent PM" list, another feature designed to make it easier for you to communicate with others in the community.

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