Address Search Window and Storage of Junk



14 years ago
13 years ago


(Reporter: nirprofessor, Assigned: mscott)


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14 years ago
Address Book (This is a human engineering problem - easily fixed)

To open the address book, the buttons are on the left; the search window is 
all the way to the right. It is a pain to open on left and have to move the 
pointer all the way to the right for a search. Why don't you put the search 
window on the left, hence, you would not have to move the pointer so far.  

Better still, when the search window opens, why don't you put the cursor in 
the search window.  After all, one opens the address book to "search."

Storage of Drafts, Sents and Junk:  I have three Email accounts and I want to 
store all three (Drafts, Sents and Junk) in the appropriate folders in the 
Local Folders.  My copy of T-bird 1.0 will not allow me to do this. 

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