[RCU] If not listing only folders with new unread mail - how about . .

Steve Perkins sp at strategicbookings.com
Fri Nov 21 13:17:40 CET 2014


Maybe a part of the new recursive search instead, so u u wud just see unread emails in the results ?

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On Nov 21, 2014, 8:14 PM, at 8:14 PM, Philip Rhoades <phil at pricom.com.au> wrote:
>A.L.E.C,
>
>
>On 2014-11-21 22:55, A.L.E.C wrote:
>> On 11/21/2014 12:45 PM, Philip Rhoades wrote:
>>> I have had a request for an enhancement on the books for a couple of
>>> years but it hasn't gotten anywhere (ie an option to display only
>>> folders that have unread mail in them [like ThunderBird] - I have
>> 
>> Yes, and we have a ticket for this.
>
>
>Is it getting an closer to being worked on do you think?
>
>
>>> hundreds of folders and subfolders and I am forever scrolling . .). 
>
>>> So,
>> 
>> Question is if you really need all of these folders subscribed?
>
>
>It IS a bit obsessive I know but am involved in lots of organisations 
>with lots of people and it helps me to have everything logically 
>organised . .
>
>
>>> When the Inbox has the focus, allow jumping down to the next folder 
>>> with
>>> unread mail in it by using CTRL-DownArrow ?
>>> 
>>> I guess, for consistency, CTRL-UpArrow should do the reverse.
>> 
>> +1,
>
>
>Good!
>
>
>> but...
>> - I'm not sure about using Ctrl+Arrow for this.
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>
>I don't really mind what it is as long as it is an easy KB shortcut . .
>
>
>> - There's also a question if that should be a "global" feature or
>only
>> working when folders list has focus. I suppose global, but we do not
>> have global shortcuts in core yet.
>
>
>I guess it wouldn't matter if it was global - I can't see that 
>CTRL-DownArrow would have any usefulness in the other panes so it 
>shouldn't conflict? - I just thought it would be more logical when the 
>folder pane had focus . .
>
>Thanks,
>
>Phil.
>
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>
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