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Just wondering how this could be. A user gets an email from a sent email stating that the email was deleted without reading, then they'll get an email saying the email was read. I just assumed they other user deleted it and then read it in the deleted bin....any other possibe causes?
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You can read it in the Deleted Items folder (that is what you hypothesize above) or they could have moved it back to inbox (or another folder). Not too many other choices
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