[maemo-users] Fw: Diablo's Modest/Email

From: Peter Bart peter at petertheplumber.net
Date: Tue Sep 9 03:04:33 EEST 2008
On Mon, 2008-09-08 at 15:53 -0700, Tim Ashman wrote:
> On Monday 08 September 2008 03:44:19 pm Mark wrote:
> > On Mon, Sep 8, 2008 at 4:36 PM, Tim Ashman <tim at ashmans.net> wrote:
> > >> For a POP account the messages are deleted from the server unless you
> > >> check the option "Leave messages on server" which is checked by default.
> > >> As you could see the more conservative option is the default one.
> > >
> > > Yes, I do have that option unchecked so they stay on the server, I wish
> > > to be able to delete them from the server after I have read them on the
> > > n810.  This allows me to leave important emails on the server for
> > > downloading later to my home "archiving" machine.
> >
> > Point of clarification: What Tim is saying is that he wants to be able
> > to pick individual, random messages for deletion off the server. To
> > always leave all messages on the server or always delete all of them
> > is not ideal. This is a capability that I *really* miss from Eudora.
> >
> > Mark
> That's exactly what I want to be able to do.  Usually my workflow is to delete 
> all emails off of the server, it is just the nature of emails, most of them 
> after I have read and replied are not important anymore.  However for those 
> 10-20 emails a week, I want to leave them on the server and then download 
> them at night to the home computer.
> Take today, I was using my n810 all day at work, receiving say 60 emails, I 
> read them, deleted them and use to be done.  I come home tonight, open my 
> home email, download them all again, go through them and now I have to 
> selectively delete them out of my "real" email begin careful not to get to 
> excited about pressing the delete key.
> The old way was just completely better. 

	Please disregard my answer then to your question earlier re Claws. I
did not understand what you wanted. Good Luck.

> tim
Best Regards,
Peter Bart <peter at petertheplumber.net>

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