jrb00001 wrote:If an email is sent from email@example.com to firstname.lastname@example.org, the client of email@example.com sends it to a MTA (example.com). That MTA relays the email to the target MTA (example.org) which transfers it to the inbox of firstname.lastname@example.org. That could trigger some push notification or similar things (which does not require anybody log in manually). So the mail never sits in the outbox (except if you configure your client to do that), it is either on the way from MTA to MTA or in the inbox.
Well I don't know how all that email stuff works
But I was saying that I've sent a PM to you on the FTL forum.
An though I don't know how the forum's PM system works, I have noticed that If you send a PM to someone, then it will stay in the outbox till the receiver goes online.
Like I have 2 PM's I have sent long time ago to some people - but they haven't logged in yet, so the messages are still waiting:
You can try this out yourself if you don't believe me.