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Old 01-26-2023, 02:17 PM
vkarnes54@comcast.net vkarnes54@comcast.net is offline Unable to save changes to a draft email in Draft folder Windows 11 Unable to save changes to a draft email in Draft folder Office 2019
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This has only been happening for the last month or two.

I found this question, ďUnable to save changes to a draft email in Draft folder for IMAP accountsĒ. The response was last updated on February 24, 2020. The work-around doesnít help, if more than one revision needs to be made. No attachment existed in the draft, so thatís not the problem. Saving the draft in the default folder, Inbox, causes a problem because when it is sent from there, I had no record that it was sent in the Sent folder. Is this a problem with Windows 11, because I donít remember that it has happened before. I donít understand what an IMAP account has to do with it
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