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Tania B

Can anyone tell me why some of my personal messages have been deleted?

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Hi Tania,

No idea. Deleting PMs isn't something that we would do as a matter of course but I don't know if there are any settings that would archive old messages or if there are any bugs around that might affect them.


Can I suggest that you drop Marina a PM with an outline of what the issue is as she is the best person to look into it for you.



Life is short. Eat dessert first. Jacques Torres

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Hi Tania


None of your messages can be deleted unless you or the other person in those messages deleted them. If the other person in the PM deletes a PM, it shows "deleted" next to it but you can still read it as your copy of it is still in your Messenger, it's only deleted in their Messenger.


PS - Moving this to the appropriate section :flowerface:


(belated DX in June '05, SPMS)

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