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203 nut 203 nut is offline Email recall issues with virgin and gmail Windows 10 Email recall issues with virgin and gmail Office 97-2003
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I forwarded an email from my gmail account this morning which I then tried to recall. It wouldn't allow that because I was not the original sender. I had deleted the original but since emptied my delete box. I then asked my daughter who is more proficient in emails and she somehow managed to send a recall via my virgin email account. I am now receiving a message recall failure in my virgin account multiple times but only from one intended recipient. It appears to be bouncing back repeatedly to the intended recipient every few minutes and I can find no way of stopping it. The intended recipient is not happy!
Can anyone please help?
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