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When does sent mail not always get archived ?

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When does sent mail not always get archived ?

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I use two different systems (a laptop and a desktop) to send mail and I use Thunderbird on both. Because Verizon is POP and not IMAP I wind up with the sent email messages split depending on which system they are sent from. So I have my Verizon email preferences set to save a copy of sent mail, but the messages I send from Thunderbird do NOT get saved. I am misunderstanding the option, OR does it only work from webmail messages and I now have sent mail in 3 places ?

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@jack63ss wrote:

I use two different systems (a laptop and a desktop) to send mail and I use Thunderbird on both. Because Verizon is POP and not IMAP I wind up with the sent email messages split depending on which system they are sent from. So I have my Verizon email preferences set to save a copy of sent mail, but the messages I send from Thunderbird do NOT get saved. I am misunderstanding the option, OR does it only work from webmail messages and I now have sent mail in 3 places ?

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Correct. The Sent folder in webmail will only contain messages sent from webmail.

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