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Drafts of emails with pdf's attached from within Adobe Reader

Posted on 2013-02-04
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Has anyone else noticed that using ADovbe Reader X and Outook 2007/2010 if you attempt to save an email as a draft generated using Adobe's Attach to Email facili the draft just dissappears?

Or am I doing something wrong - I have tested this on three different networks.
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Hello

Check your inbox folder.
It saves the draft in that folder
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