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Hi, Question is, I wrote an email, my web service cut off, I could not save the email to send later, can I get the email back? Is it in my computer somewhere or is it gone forever? Momduxx
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Welcome momduxx <_<

Depends what email program you're using. Try looking to see if you have a folder called "drafts". It may be saved there.
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Hi, I am using compuserve on windows mill. 2000. I looked for drafts but nothing came up. I am computer illiterate so any help would be great! Thanks, Momduxx
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I'm affraid I don't know Compuserve's mail interface, but I do know AOL's. AOL owns Compuserve, and I think they have very similar mail systems. The bad news is it probably doesn't save an unsent email, unless you specifically saved it to your computer before logging off (doesn't sound like you did). Sorry, it's probably lost forever... <_<
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Hi, Thanks for the reply. That really sucks for me because it was a really long important letter. Thanks so much for your help :D <_< momduxx
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