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how to recall a mail when using lotus note

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I wish to recall a mail which i had sent out using lotus note.
1) if the sent party involve have not open the mail
2) if the sent party have open the mail.
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Unfortunately you can't. Once its sent, its out of your control.
Ref: http://oldlook.experts-exchange.com/Applications/Lotus_Smart_Suite/Q_20610534.html
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Actually that's not exactly true.

IF you are running with local mail, AND you have not yet replicated with the server, THEN you can open your local mail.box database and delete the mail you don't want to be sent.

BUT, if you have already "sent outgoing mail", it's gone to the destination user and you cannot "retract" it.
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