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I wrote an email in gmail android app and saved as draft. Then I accidentally pressed send, although I have no connection (roaming). The gmail android app annoyingly doesn't allow the message to copy anymore. Now I need to access this message. Is there a way to copy it? If not, where can I find it in the file system?

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Can you see the mail in the Outbox still? – GAThrawn Apr 12 '12 at 16:47

Menu -> Go to labels -> Drafts. It's really just a label.

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