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Topic # 59201 29-Mar-2010 23:04

 In the weekend I got the following email from Geekzone, to tell me that I had a new message waiting for me. However when I went to read it, it isn't there. The last message I can see in my account was on the 24th. Anyone know how I can get the message I was sent on the 27th? I assume it is a technical problem.

-----Original Message-----
From: Geekzone mail [mailto:mail@geekzone.co.nz]
Sent: Saturday, 27 March 2010 10:52 p.m.
  Subject: There's a new message waiting for you on Geekzone

 

Hello robbyp. There's a new message waiting for you at Geekzone.

 

Please visit http://www.geekzone.co.nz/user_profile.asp to read it.

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  Reply # 312670 29-Mar-2010 23:06
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It could be that whoever sent you the PM has already deleted it from their end, and therefor from yours also.
That's my understanding on how it does, or use to work.

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  Reply # 312673 29-Mar-2010 23:11
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Yep the message must of been deleted by the person that sent it to you

 
 
 
 




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  Reply # 312690 29-Mar-2010 23:59

rscole86: It could be that whoever sent you the PM has already deleted it from their end, and therefor from yours also.
That's my understanding on how it does, or use to work.


OK thanks. Guess it also could have been spam and the persons account deleted.

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  Reply # 312704 30-Mar-2010 06:11
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Yeah just confirming the above. When you delete a sent message before its been read by the recipient, for some reason it also deletes it from their end!

I had this exact same problem at the start of the month, no one was getting my messages!

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  Reply # 312710 30-Mar-2010 07:02
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corksta: Yeah just confirming the above. When you delete a sent message before its been read by the recipient, for some reason it also deletes it from their end!

I had this exact same problem at the start of the month, no one was getting my messages!


You would probably have a heart attack if you looked at my inbox then... on lotus not here on gz.

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