hi, i see twice trash bin /dutch -prullenbak/ ,have a look at my screenshot. my wish is to have only one , this above .when i delete my mails from my folders, i would like to have these maisl in this bin above not in this one under, local folders...how can i install it?
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If I understand correctly, that trash folder is intended for Local Folders. It is not a duplicate. There is one for each account and one for Local Folders.
It means its not possible to have one trash bin for two accounts?i did not know that local folders has own...account. i have one account in my provider with one mail address.can you adjust it in next update? we would be glad to have more choice,right?
I am not sure of your request. If you have one email account, you will have a trash folder for the account, plus one for Local Folders.
1. once i had a few mail softwares where it was possible to have one trash folder for two..accounts, so please consider this future ...2. it's not possible to have one my address book either. why i must have two of them : a personal and ? collected, I don't see the difference between them ..see my my screenshot: here you see /in dutch/ : all address books: personal and collected . i don't see the importance of it and i wish to have just only one book, just this : my address book, nothing more . make pls the software more practical, easy to use,nicer and as i said -give us more choices in the settings..
Actually, the collected address book is a feature to give users more choices. Many users prefer to collect addresses automatically for persons they correspond with who would not normally be in their address book. By setting that option, when they receive mail from persons not in their address book, the addresses are put in that separate file. This can be useful for occasional correspondence with businesses that contact you. Regardless, thank you for your comments.
you always explain it but you don't say that you will forward my comments to the appropriate department that will consider these suggestions 1 and 2 ...