I wonder if anybody can suggest how to set up the native mail client (MacOS) 
so that a thread can be read one message at a time with the oldest (probably 
original message) being read first, the second oldest message read next and so 

I have configured my mail so that oldest messages are at the top of the message 
list, but if I open a thread in aggregate it also seems to read the last 
message sent (the latest reply) first, then the penultimate reply second and so 
on until the originating message is the last one read.

Now, of course, I know that if I expand the thread the messages will then be 
listed in timestamp order with the oldest being the first listed going down the 
message list, but I’d like to be able to simply delete the currently read 
message and instantly focus on the following message without needing to open it 

Does anybody have any advice?

- Bill from Ino, Wisconsin
- "With most men, unbelief in one thing springs from blind belief in another."
- German Aphorist, Georg Christoph Lichtenberg (1742 - 1799)

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