THanks Steve--I will try that trick. Jean
On Sun, 31 Jan 1999 11:20:46 -0500 "Steven Delibert"
Jean (and others who might find it helpful) --
I'm not sure what browser you use, but after more than a few
deletes, I discovered that my Internet Explorer keeps "deleted"
a separate folder called "deleted items", from where they can be
re-read, responded to, etc., until you take the next step of deleting
from the "deleted" folder.
I don't know the "correct" terminology, but near the top of the
window is a little long, narrow sub-window with "inbox" in it; there's
down-arrow symbol over on the right side,and if you click on this,
see a list of folders, including the "deleted items". Click on that,
you'll see the one you just deleted, and a jillion others you thought
(hoped, wished) were gone forever.
> From: jean a chittenden <jeandoe(a)juno.com>
> To: NYDELAWA-L(a)rootsweb.com
> Subject: [NYDELAWA-L] oops
> Date: Sunday, January 31, 1999 10:44 AM
> Dear Joyce,
> Would you mind repeating that note from FLorida about a Delaware
> get to gether in Lakeland. I deleted before I thought of a couple
> living there who might be intersted.
> Too soon old, too late smart.
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