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    Default [SOLVED] Using the Drafts Folder

    Hi,
    I have been working on my Christmas letter, and saved a the message to the Drafts folder. I subsequently opened the letter in the drafts file, and sent it to my wife's computer. The letter is no longer in the drafts folder and it shows as being empty. Is this normal behavior for the drafts folder? How do I send a message that has been created, then saved as a draft, but retain a copy in the drafts folder?

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    That is normal behavior for the drafts folder. Once it is sent, it is no longer a draft and becomes "Sent".

    If you want to re-edit something that has been sent...You can right-click on the message from sent and choose "Edit as new" to re-edit it.

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    Thanks for the answer to my question. I have done that by random trial and error and discovered the procedure before your response.

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