On 02/16/12 05:08, Black Night Lists wrote:
> We have a client who has been complaining of missing sent emails. Set up of the client is Mac OS X 10.6.8 and Apple Mail connecting via IMAP.
> Client stated that she sent an email to someone at 12.14pm, checking the logs shows that she did indeed send the email and it was delivered to the remote host. However, in the Sent folder on her computer and the sent folder in the mail directory on the server all of the other sent email of the day are there along with a blank file timed at 11:55. I wonder if the blank file is the missing email.
> Anyone else experienced this issue or have any thoughts on what could be the cause and what we can do about avoiding this issue happening. This has been an ongoing concern for the client, as she said it's been happening for a while.
> Server is as follows : SurgeMail Version 5.3h2-2, Built Jul 11 2011 13:18:13, Platform OSX (Surgeweb Enabled)
> Stephen Thirlwell
> Black Night Software
> LassoSoft Hosting Partner • Certified Lasso Developer
Looking at Thunderbird and Outlook, it appears that it is up to the mail
client to put the copy in the sent folder. With Thunderbird, you can
turn this on or off and select the folder to store the email in. In
Outlook, you can turn this on or off, but can not select the name of the
I don't know Apple Mail, but based on what I see in Thunderbird and
Outlook, I would expect the same behavior with saving sent messages from
LCR Computer Services, Inc.
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