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Open emails put into draft folder on computer shutdown

J

Joe Boy

#1
I posted this problem on the microsoft web page link below. Thanks to
Robert Miles for this URL.

The problem is this and hopefully someone here has a solution.

I am using Windows Vist Home Premium and Windows Mail 6.0.6.00....etc

If there are any emails open in there own window (not the windows mail
preview pane) and I shut down the computer then the next time I boot
up and open Windows Mail all the emails that had been open appear in
the Drafts folder as well as in their original folder.

Has anyone else experienced this?

Any fix?

Cheers ..................


On Thu, 13 Dec 2007 20:28:37 -0600, <robertmiles@xxxxxx>
wrote:

>"Joe Boy" <joeboy@xxxxxx> wrote in message
>news:46p3m3dhn9g4fo4n20g8mro2cnas8rj0br@xxxxxx

>> Does Microsoft actually monitor these posts?
>>
>> If not, how do we get a bug to their attention?
>>
>> --

>Occasionally, but I've seen only one person from Microsoft
>in this newsgroup.
>
>Try reporting a bug here, but don't expect an answer:
>
><https://feedback.windowsvista.microsoft.com/eform.aspx?productkey=winvista&mkt=en-us&backurl=http://support.microsoft.com/gp/cp_vista_master>
>
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Joe Boy
 

My Computer

S

Stubbo of Oz

#2
On Sat, 15 Dec 2007 15:07:14 +1100, Joe Boy <joeboy@xxxxxx>
wrote:

>I posted this problem on the microsoft web page link below. Thanks to
>Robert Miles for this URL.
>
>The problem is this and hopefully someone here has a solution.
>
>I am using Windows Vist Home Premium and Windows Mail 6.0.6.00....etc
>
>If there are any emails open in there own window (not the windows mail
>preview pane) and I shut down the computer then the next time I boot
>up and open Windows Mail all the emails that had been open appear in
>the Drafts folder as well as in their original folder.
>
>Has anyone else experienced this?
>
>Any fix?

It's not just you - it happens to me too.

And I do not know of a fix :-(

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Stubbo of Sydney
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