On 03/02/2018 02:52 PM, Dale wrote:
I did send a help message first, so that I would know exactly what to do. I followed it. Still, I don't think I received anything even now.


I'm not surprised.

The testing that I did last night when you posted the links caused me to believe that the original messages were re-sent to the requester the exact same way that they were originally sent. (I actually like that feature.)

I sort of expect that you won't get the re-sent message because it will very likely fail the same tests that the original message failed.

I know I didn't get anything new for at least 15 or 20 minutes and even then, it was a reply to a recent post. I wouldn't think that would be a missing message from a few days ago.

Maybe it is something else. Maybe it is google on my end in this case anyway. I dunno.

The re-sent messages that I saw were the original message, re-sent. This means that they would have the same subject, date, etc, not updated for when you requested them to be re-sent. Thus if you're threading messages, they will show up in the thread where the original message belonged.



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