Ray_Net wrote on 12-04-18 19:42:
I just done a test with a mail - the cancel operation let the mail on
the screen - so nothing is lost. I had wrongly believed the OP.
WaltS48 wrote on 12-04-18 17:03:
Retry=may be - Save=I don't know :But after a certain time, the op
did not want to pursue, and cancel the last try ... ending with tha
fact that the message disappeared ...with the cancel operation.
On 4/12/18 1:48 AM, Ray_Net wrote:
Jonathan N. Little wrote on 11-04-18 22:33:
The problem is not "saving" or "not saving" the problem is that when
a send operation is cancelled, the mail must be still present and
displayed permitting another try to send.
Jonathan N. Little wrote on 11-04-18 06:45:
Posting a n=message and get an error do the retry but no love.
hit cancel and it kills my post. COme on how stupid is that !!!!!!
I have to retype the whole thing.
Why didn't you CTRL+S and save a draft before canceling?
Why are we obliged to do so ?
I agree with the OP it's stupid to erase the message !
If SeaMonkey saved a draft automatically on every canceled message
I foresee a number of folks with burgeoning draft folders...
it's stupid to loose a not-sent message ...
I don't recall ever having to "cancel" a send operation, and still
would like to know what is a n=message. Newsgroup message?
Maybe the news server had a problem. Isn't there a Retry or Save
option when a send operation fails?
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