Hello. I’ve fallen victim to the common issue of K-9 not automatically recognizing which folder needs to be used for what. I composed an email, sent it, and now there’s no trace of it whatsoever.
Following instructions on recent threads, I’ve now assigned the proper folders to their intended use, and email I send now are correctly stored in the “Sent” folder.
However, is there any way for me to retrieve the email I previously sent? It seems to have vanished in thin air. I’ve also logged in the webmail section of my provider but I think it just never made it their way at all. Did it just get… basically destroyed?
Did K-9 still send it to the receiver at least? There’s chances the receiver will not write back to me, and the text of that email would’ve been really useful to keep. I didn’t think something like this could even happen, so I didn’t think about saving the text anywhere else…
Is there anything I can do?
Also - I really think this is an issue on K-9’s side. I’m using the same addresses on K-9 on mobile and Thunderbird on desktop - used the same configuration for both, yet Thunderbird correctly finds the proper folders for sent, junk, trash, archive, while in K-9 I had to google and troubleshoot it after losing an email