Oh! I seeYpedal wrote:Correct.. as soon as the recipient reads it it will go from your outbox to sent-items.Burtie wrote:I think it stays there till the recipient reads it
Or at least tone down your language when you've calmed downYpedal wrote:yep, allows you to delete/edit it until the receiver gets it.
spinningmagnets wrote:And after the beer has worn off and you've had time to realize it was actually a DIFFERENT poster that you are mad at....
Ok yep sales qualify for PMs welcome anyway and hope you get the parts you need.j_t_slim wrote:Ricky_nz thanks for your reply, but the PM method was advised by the other forum member as a way to gain information about a purchase, I don't normally use PM's which is why I asked the question in the first place, if I have questions to ask or answer I will of course use the forum to do so.
Opening the PM by the recipient changes the message status.SamTexas wrote:After composing a Private Message (PM), I hit the "Submit" button. Seconds later I was informed that "The message has been sent".
Yet the message is actually in the "Outbox" and not in the "Sent" box. Some time later (mins or hours), the message disappears from "Outbox" and reappears in "Sent". So, what exactly triggers the transition from one to the other box?