Removing flag from forwarded e-mails


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Notsofast

Is there any way to do this? I found a bunch of incriminating e-mails in my
soon-to-be-ex-boyfriends Outlook from his new girlfriend. I forwarded them to
myself, but need to delete the flag that indicates the e-mails were
forwarded. Is there any way to do this, before he notices?
 
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VanguardLH

Notsofast said:
Is there any way to do this? I found a bunch of incriminating e-mails in my
soon-to-be-ex-boyfriends Outlook from his new girlfriend. I forwarded them to
myself, but need to delete the flag that indicates the e-mails were
forwarded. Is there any way to do this, before he notices?

How do you know your current boyfriend (it sounds like you cycle through
them without due diligence) actually solicited those e-mails? Did you find
e-mails from him asking for those type of e-mails? Did he reply (and in a
friendly manner)? After all, if I had your e-mail address, I could send you
anything that I wanted, just as do spammers. Maybe it's just some 900
equivalent using e-mail to boost his ego for reinforcement he doesn't get
from you. Could be just some fantasy crap. Do you really care if he has
cyber or phone sex? Oooh, aaaah, that's how I like it, baby. Geez, big
deal. Bet he watches porn, too, when you're not around.

So you're trying to collect evidence for what? There is actually some law
or tradition in your area that bars you from breaking up with someone just
because you want to and that you need some evidence to qualify the breakup?
This is a boyfriend, not a husband, so it's not like you need to collect
evidence of irreconcilable differences for a divorce. Just confront him
with your spying. If you don't like his story, just leave (or boot him out
if it's your place and change the keys). Looks like lying is on both sides.
 
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Bob I

Too late now, if you had copied them instead and forwarded the copy, you
could have deleted the copy.
 

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