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lost e-mail!

Discussion in 'Web & Email' started by anjou36, Jul 8, 2007.

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  1. anjou36

    anjou36 Thread Starter

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    PLEASE - WILL SOMEONE HELP ME - I AM DESPERATE! i just spent one hour composing an e-mail. ordinarily, in the past a pop-up would appear reading "your session is about to run out hit (whatever) to stay connected (or something to that effect). I JUST LOST A TWO PAGE E-MAIL! and of course, i did not save itto drafts as i should have. DOES ANYONE HAVE ANY IDEA WHAT I CAN DO TO RETRIEVE THIS - it is realy rather important. thammks, everyone. -angela (i have been using juno for 10 years)
     
  2. kiwiguy

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    Welcome!

    Were you composing it on-line using a web-based email interface or locally using an email program such as Outlook or Outlook Express?

    If it was On-Line using webmail, then you never really had it on your PC to save or be located.

    I would reccomend (for web based email) using Notepad or similar (part of Windows) to compose it, then simply highlight all the text when you have finished and edit-copy, then paste it into the webmail interface (by right click and Paste)?
     
  3. TOYMAN1952

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    If you were using Gmail it autosaves and you should find it in the Drafts folder.
     
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