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Our message is all ready, so we're going to send it. To do that, all you do is click the Send button here. The message form closes, and the message goes directly to Sent Items. If you're used to using Microsoft Outlook rather than OWA, you might think oh! it goes to my Outbox than to my Sent Items, but there is no Outbox here. There's no place to hang on to messages, pending, you going online. Here's the message that I sent in my Sent Items folder.
I can double-click to open it. But I can right-click on the message and open its delivery report. Now in this case, my pop-ups are blocked by my browser. This is really common, particularly if you're using a public computer somewhere. It will tell you that it blocked the pop-up. Let's go look at that again. I am going to right-click, open the delivery report. It says it blocked a pop-up. I can set my options; if this is my personal computer, I'm going to say Always Allow and just have that done. So let's open the delivery report again, and it says that the message was submitted, and the message was successfully delivered.
That's because that message was sent and delivered by the same server, we're are all sitting here on my same Exchange server. Sometimes it will say the message was submitted and it was successfully handed off to the next server, and that's all the more we can tell you. That's a typical delivery report for a message that's sent outside of your own Exchange server. But notice, I don't need a delivery receipt inside Exchange when I use OWA. I can simply go see if my messages were delivered or not. That's a great reason to have this Sent Items folder right up here in my Favorites.
I know the message was sent, and with a simple right-click, I know the message was actually delivered. Now I'm expecting a reply from Judith.
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