By Unemployed - / Saturday 3 October 2009 02:23 / United States
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You're the idiot. The outbox is where messages go when you click send but before they are sent by the server. Whether or not the person has read it yet has no bearing whatsoever over whether or not the message is in the outbox or the sent messages folder. When you send an e-mail, it generally first goes to the outbox while the server processes it. Once it has been sent by the server, it then gets moved to the sent messages folder (if your mail client is set up to save sent messages). The only ef


this doesn't make sense. if it's in the outbox, it means it's gone out. maybe in the drafts folder? i don't actually know....


Nope.. outbox means you clicked send, but it wasn't actually sent yet, probably due to size of the file or a connection issue or something.


it means it could've been a program like outlook that doesn't always send automatically and you need to click "send/receive" in order for it to move out of outbox into sent items.

Fail Fail Fail! Go check that your pants are on the right way to make sure you don't fail at another simple thing like getting dressed. Then go slap yourself. Hard.

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