|Author/Date||A couple of suggestions|
|Finally I am using inScribe now.
Two suggestions / wishes:
1. In the mail Preview window, when I select a number of messages and select "Reveive", the selection is lost and I have to select them again to select "Delete". Had 72 new messages today, and had to select/re-select a number of times. If the selection was kept, then I could do both steps at almost once. Shortcut keys, (eg.: <ALT><1> to toggle "Receive"), as in The Bat! Are also an idea.
2. This one comes from another mail client, nPop, which I used (not anymore) on my pendrive: an option to choose from WHICH message the Preview function will download headers. Example: at work I have > 200 messages on the server still. But when I am on the road, I can't wait for the mail client to download all those headers - I only need the latest messages. So the user could select "Download from nth message onwards" (eg: download from message 200 onwards), and skip all the old ones. In nPop it is called "Initialise Account".
|1. I don't understand what your saying... when I receive mail the selection remains intact on my machine. Btw the key shortcut to receive on account 1 is |
2. Yes this could be done better, I will keep it in mind for later.
|I'll try and explain clearer my 1st suggestion.
When the Preview windows is opened, with lots of messages, I can select several messages at once, using SHIFT+Click or CTRL+Click. Once the messages are selected, I can select Receive or Delete, and all the selected messages will be marked Receive or Delete.
For example, I usually select the messages I want to receive, and select Receive for all of them at once.
But usually I want to Delete the messages I am receiving. So I have to mark them as Delete as well.
But as soon as I mark them as Receive, the messages are no longer selected, and for me to mark them as Delete, I have to select them all again.
No big issue if there are few messages or if the selected messages are all sequential (Shift+Click does it). But when I have > 100 messages and my selection is alternated (i.e.: not messages in sequence), then it's cumbersome.
Should this not be happening, and could have to do with my system? At the moment I am running inScribe on Windows 98 SE. I haven't tried the same situation in Linux yet.
|Oh "account preview", not mail preview... ahh. Makes sense now.|