Looking back November 05, 2007 I’m still trying to find a way to view the bubblemail I’ve sent to others. Is it possible yet? « Upon reflection! The writing's on the wall. A l… » Journal Comments midzing almost 9 years ago Unfortunately it is not possible Brian,,, and I dont think this will change… Peter Daalder almost 9 years ago Not as far as I’m aware, Brian.I think it is one of the serious shortcomings at RB. Tom Godfrey almost 9 years ago Hey Brian, if you open notepad or word, you could compose your message there, with the advantage of a spell check (word) and also, you could read the bubblemail you are responding to at the same time, finally save your doc. voila! you have a more efficient reply system and a means of filing your responses. Tom Godfrey almost 9 years ago Sorry :) I meant to add – just CRTL A (to select all the text you have written in Word) CTRL C (copy all the selected text) click into the reply bubblemail box -CTRL V (Insert all the text you have copied and click send. Apologies if you know all this, which is quite likely. My intentions are good (yeh…like the road to hell :)) Woodie almost 9 years ago Hi BrianWhen answering a bubble mail I always copy it first, (ie highlight, control C) and then paste it, (control V) in the reply so I don’t miss any points raised.If I really wanted to keep my reply I’d copy it before sending and save it in Word, in a new dedicated bubblemail folder.(You just have to remember to do the copy before sending.) Cheers Neil Woodie almost 9 years ago Hi TomGreat minds think alikeNeil Godfrey" Woodie" xssif almost 9 years ago YES IT IS TOO BAD IT IS NOT POSSIBLE, I WOULD RATHER HAVE IT WORK LIKE NORMAL E-MAIL…………..YOU CAN KEEP TRACK OF YOUR CONVERSATIONS, THIS WAY AS IS……….I OFTEN WANDER WHAT IS THIS MAIL ABOUT,…………EH, ……….NO USE, THE BUBBLE HAS A MIND OF ITS OWN, AND NO REGARDS FOR US MORTALS… debfuller almost 9 years ago I agree with Paul I wish I could view it too. I don’t think there is a way yet. you could make a sugestion to red bubble. They do like sugestions.