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PostPosted: Mon Sep 04, 2006 7:45 am 
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Do PMs stay in the Outbox until read by the addressee? I have three festering quietly in mine.

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PostPosted: Mon Sep 04, 2006 8:34 am 
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Yup. Once read, they go to your Sentbox.
Looks like someone's not checking their PM's
Or maybe they're ignoring you...


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Thanks. Must check my virtual armpits for body odour.

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Roger O'Keeffe wrote:
Do PMs stay in the Outbox until read by the addressee? I have three festering quietly in mine.


That would be the normal run of affairs. That's often why you'll see someone posting a "Hey, Dipstick543! Check your PMs" thread.

It is possible that a glitch could prevent someone from seeing notice of a message, I suppose, but I wouldn't expect it with three PMs unless they're all to the same person. Inattention would definitely not be ruled out in that case, though.

I have one festering in mine. I leave it, like a candle in the window.

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Thanks, Nanóg.

Two have now been read, the third was to one of my daughters who registered in a moment of enthusiasm when she resumed playing a bit of whistle while in Spain, but probably hasn't revisited C&F since.

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