I'm asking this question because I got curious about an email I'm sending from the office with
Outlook using the
Delay delivery option. When I searched for that mail at home to modify it on
Outlook, I couldn't find it.
Are emails stuck inside the
Outbox folder (as is the case of a
Delay delivery email) local to the machine where they were sent? and if possible where are these mail stored physically (
path to a file)?
Besides, if these emails are stored locally, does it mean that
Outlook in this case is using
POP protocol instead of
IMAP (where emails would be synchronized from a remote server)?