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Saved draft message

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I saved a draft of a long email.

I now wish to open the draft to proof read it and send it.

With the latest version of Thunderbird I cannot find any way to access and open the save draft.

Any assistance gratefully received.

Thanks in advance

Peter

I saved a draft of a long email. I now wish to open the draft to proof read it and send it. With the latest version of Thunderbird I cannot find any way to access and open the save draft. Any assistance gratefully received. Thanks in advance Peter

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Thanks Dave

I could not remember exactly how I recalled saved message. I did try right clicking without success. It simply never occurred to me to double left click.

Thanks for your guidance

Peter

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There should be a draft folder accessible.

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Thank you David.

Unfortunately this is not quite the problem

I can see and save to the draft folder.

What I am unable to do and what over the years I have done many times is to open this saved email and continue.

I have no idea the last time I did this but it wasn't many months ago.

Peter

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So, you can see the message in draft, but when you double-click or right-click, nothing happens? I am having difficulty understanding specifically what the problem is. Thank you.

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Thanks Dave

I could not remember exactly how I recalled saved message. I did try right clicking without success. It simply never occurred to me to double left click.

Thanks for your guidance

Peter

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You're welcome. Sometimes we forget what we do automatically. :)

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