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Kinarfi, I noticed that too. What you have to do is manually tick the save sent box. When you send a PM at the bottom of the box you type in has a heading "Options" & all you do is tick the add a copy to sent folder. Done.

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Yes, when sending a message, check off at the bottom: Add a copy of this message to my sent items folder

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