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  1. frenchman96

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    I have just been tidying up my sent mail and trash, and noticed that a few messages had the comment " this message has no content".

    All I see, is the sender and recipient names and that message, any ideas please.
     
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    As the iPad is, essentially, a "mirror" of your e-mail server - when you move e-mail out of the Inbox by deleting them, you've "broken" the link to the server for that e-mail. So, the server cant feed the iPad the details of that particular e-mail. If you were to move the e-mail back to the Inbox, that "no content" message will disappear and you'll see the actual e-mail. The iPad Mail service won't bother connecting to the server on deleted emails.

    Which is a long-winded way of saying - this is normal behavior. :) Again, if you want to see what the e-mail said, just move it back to the Inbox.

    Hope this clarifies.

    Marilyn
     
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    Thanks Marilyn, and a HNY
     

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