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Draft email message composition

ronwtex
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Draft email message composition

"Save as draft" selection option disappeared from my Comcast/Xfinity email "compose" screen!  Only choices are "send" and "delete" now.  What happened?  How can I fix that?

ronwtex
Frequent Visitor

Re: Draft email message composition

Just got through to Comcast/Xfinity, who confirms this is a server problem that should be cleared up within a few days.

Latoque
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Re: Draft email message composition


@ronwtex wrote:

"Save as draft" selection option disappeared from my Comcast/Xfinity email "compose" screen!  Only choices are "send" and "delete" now.  What happened?  How can I fix that?


Click on "Discard" next to Send, and you will be prompted to either discard or "Save as draft".



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furpurrson
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Re: Draft email message composition

I can't be the only one who thinks that clicking 'discard' in order to save a draft is not very intuitive...

Latoque
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Re: Draft email message composition


@furpurrson wrote:

I can't be the only one who thinks that clicking 'discard' in order to save a draft is not very intuitive...


Yes, until you know how to get to the Save/Draft function.  However they did save a little bit of screen real estate by eliminating a separate button for the Save function.  When you are in the Compose window you only have three choices on how to  proceed---------Send (which you already know you don't want to do yet), Discard, or you can click on the X in the upper right corner.  Clicking on either the X or Discard gets you to the same prompt.



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