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Outbox?

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I have two Private Messages that I composed and thought I sent, but they are in my "Outbox", and never show up in my "sent items" folder. How can I get these to send? I tried clicking on them, and it brings up the message, but there is no "send" option that I can see. What am I doing wrong?

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Never mind - I looked for similar threads in this sub-forum, and found the answer - PM's stay in your Outbox, until they are actually read by the recipient. Should have looked first, before I posted!
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Thank you for saving me the embarrassment of asking the exact same question! :)
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The advantage is, if you get cold feet, or an outbreak of l'esprit de l'escalier, you can edit your outbox messages anytime until the recipient opens the message.
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Just had same question. Thanks people. I felt like an idiot. Rather odd system.
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maiingan wrote:Rather odd system.
Made all the sense in the world to me - but then, I suppose odd is as odd does.
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