More sorting fun

Martin Marques martin at bugs.unl.edu.ar
Thu Aug 3 16:34:31 CEST 2006


On Thu, 3 Aug 2006, Thomas Mangin wrote:

> And to make sure all is said,
>
> Email sent by badly created scripts (and spammers) are often missing the 
> "Date:" field. As a result they are considered as being dated of the first of 
> January 1970 (or some stupid date like that) and will be at the start of the 
> sorting.
>
> As roundcube miss the feature to select the index at which email are 
> displayed, I would have to click "next page" around 150 times to be able to 
> drag and drop that mail to the trash.

The best way to solve that is to have the option of sorting in incoming 
order, like almost all other mail clients have.

> I can see a few solution to this problem:
> - allow user to navigate pages on the "Message XX of XXXX" at the bottom 
> right.
> (I have over 3,000 email in my inbox - and I use folders and filters, so I 
> let you calculate how many time I would have to click "next" to get to a spam 
> email)

Yes, this could be very good. I too have some big forlders.

> - like Thunderbird have another "filter bar" with an unread emails option.

That's something I would like to see too. Would you mind add a trac ticket 
with these two new features?

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