Cristian Zoicas wrote:
If I'm understanding you right, you can right click on your email
address and add a new folder. I have two: Temp and Keepers. I drag
emails about orders etc into Temp until the order is received. Keepers
is for later archiving as .txt or .eml files on another hard drive.
I use SeaMonkey 1.1.12 on Ubuntu Linux and I want to get the following
behaviour from the SeaMonkey mail client:
Some of the mail messages I receive I want to save them in a custom
folder in my home directory. Let's call it here "important-mail". The
"important-mail" folder MUST NOT be located under the "Local Folders"
folder which is accessible from the mail client interface but must be
accessible from the folder pane in the same way we access our usual
folders. Thus, saving email messages in the filesystem should be a
simple drag & drop operation instead of a boring File/Save
as/etc. Also reading messages should be simpler then reading a saved
message since I don't have to open them by going through the File
menu, but will be enough to click on "important-mail" folder and then
on the message subject.
Solutions for Seamonkey on MS Windows are welcomed too.
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