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Posted Jun 30, 2004 18:28 UTC (Wed) by captrb (subscriber, #2291)
In reply to: kmail by petebull
Parent article: The Grumpy Editor's guide to graphical mail clients


Yes, I use that option. It is still difficult to find the open thread
when the folder has more than 10,000 messages.

I would prefer the ability to have the window scroll the first unread
message (or a message with a particular status).


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kmail

Posted Jul 9, 2004 8:27 UTC (Fri) by spooky_d (guest, #22920) [Link]

This can be done by setting the option "Loop in the current folder when
trying to find unread messages". I read my mails using the DEL and SPACE
key (that makes a page down, then if it's the last message the seeks the
next unread message).

kmail

Posted Jul 10, 2004 22:33 UTC (Sat) by chbm (guest, #12065) [Link]

> I would prefer the ability to have the window scroll the first unread
> message (or a message with a particular status).

Like Balsa does ;) it also has a 'go to next unread'.


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