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|Also available in version||v 8.0 v 9.0|
Backup and recover unsent message
Tested and maintained by
IT Projects Labs
Imagine that you are typing a message to someone. Probably a big message.
And then something wrong happens. You close browser, electricity is turned off or whatever.
Don't worry! Open browser again and click Reply icon.
You can finish your message from point where it was interrupted.
- Start typing new message
- Force close browser window or tab
- Click on message input
- The message is recovered
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