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can we rewrite messages in outbox?

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Hi, I normally use a 'send later' function and the messages are stored in Outbox. Can I rewrite the messages or is there a rewrite-button in outbox? So far, I cannot find the option, but only a reply forward,and delete.

thanks!

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To FredMcD

Sorry, you are right! I just start using "Thunderbird". I should dismiss this post and need to create a post in Thunderbird thread, thanks!

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Are you talking about a website? Or Thunderbird?

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To FredMcD

Sorry, you are right! I just start using "Thunderbird". I should dismiss this post and need to create a post in Thunderbird thread, thanks!