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Thread: 'Sent Items' is empty in My Messages

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    Default 'Sent Items' is empty in My Messages

    I'm not sure if it's a bug or a checkbox I missed but I can't find any sent private messages, only ones I've received.

    Steps to reproduce:
    • Send or reply to a PM
    • Go to private messages -> sent items
    • Sent items contains 0 messages

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    Default Re: 'Sent Items' is empty in My Messages

    Remember to check this option while sending a message if you want a copy saved in the sent box: https://www.dropbox.com/s/b9p3m9y1fi...2022.32.24.png

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