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How do I know if someone read a pm

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I'm wondering the same thing ..... I'm starting to think my PM's are not going through.

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Originally Posted by bobcat1 View Post
When sending a PM, there is a checkbox for "Request a read receipt for this message"

If they choose to read it / send the read receipt is up to them though. (Saying No will not open the PM)

Originally Posted by icemole View Post
I'm wondering the same thing ..... I'm starting to think my PM's are not going through.
To ensure your PM's are going through, in your Edit Options, ensure that "Save a copy of sent messages in my Sent Items folder by default" is checked off. This will show all sent PM's in your Sent box.

Again, if they decide to respond or not is up to them, or perhaps they are no longer active on the forums.

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