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Reading Trashed Email

Discussion in 'iPad Help' started by batchelor22, Jul 27, 2011.

  1. batchelor22
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    For some reason I cannot read most of the emails in my trash after I delete them. Is there a setting that I have messed up? Thanks in advance.
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    Are you able to see the emails in Trash? Or do they simply 'disappear'?

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    They are there with a message that says they cannot be opened due to their format, but I was able to read them fine before sending them to trash. This is why I am confused.
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    What happens if you move them back to the InBox - are they still unreadable there too?

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    Yes, if I move it back to the Inbox, it again becomes readable. Any ideas?
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    There is no connection to the content of the e-mail after it is sent to the Trash bin. Sending it back to the Inbox re-establishes the connection to the content. I think its done to save space.
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    Thanks, I learn something new everyday here.

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