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Paul

Mailbox search field

Reported by Paul | May 6th, 2015 @ 02:10 AM

The MailMate mailbox search functionality, eg in the "Move to Mailbox" window, is really ingenious. Fantastic feature. Something not obvious is to use "/" in the search string to delimit the mailbox names within the hierarchy.

Here's a request:

could be have a Mailbox search field, at the top of the mailboxes column, that would filter the mailbox list in the same way?

Thanks,

Paul.

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  • benny

    benny May 6th, 2015 @ 12:20 PM

    Do you mean in the mailboxes outline in the main window of MailMate? That seems a bit redundant. When searching for a mailbox then it would most often be for the purpose of going to or moving to a mailbox which can already be done using ⌘T and ⌥⌘T.

  • Paul

    Paul May 7th, 2015 @ 12:07 AM

    Not really redundant:

    • Some users prefer mouse operations to keyboard shortcuts, and also want always-on access to some features (without having to go through a menu). This is the reason why the message search feature is always visible, I guess.
    • A "filtered" list of mailboxes would be very useful when managing messages across multiple mailboxes, for instance during "spring cleaning" or when splitting a single mailbox into multiple sub-mailboxes
    • It seems quite intuitive to allow mailbox searching in this way, rather than in a popup window.

    If implemented, the display of this search field could be a settable preference.

    My opinions of course, but as a long-time and high-volume email user.

    Thanks,

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