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Windows live mail sent folder missing - help

My "sent mail" folder keeps disappearing - anyone know how to get it to stay with me?

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Sent Email folder disappears

In reply to: Just checking.

Yes, and it works intermittantly - thanks for thinking about it~

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One last idea from me.

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Is the view set to view all?

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Sent Mail folder disappears in Windows Live Mail -

In reply to: One last idea from me.

Yes, everything is checked to view -even news feeds... Thanks again for thinking of this -

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IMAP Folder

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Change you IMAP Folder in account propriety


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Thanks pepemtl!

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use quick view

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i finally found my sent email by clicking on the View tab, then click on Quick Views and put a check mark (click) All Sent Items. Now it's listed under the Quick Views heading.

then I realized I couldn't find my sent mail because I had Conversations turned on. If you turn off Conversations (also under View) then you go back to the old listing of Inbox and Sent Items.

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