On Monday 28 October 2002 14:34, G T wrote:
Please, please,please don't send HTML mail to mailing lists. It makes it=
*very* hard to read, takes up inordinate amounts of bandwidth, and is=20
generally frowned upon in Netiquette. Save HTML for friends, the public =
large prefers text.
> I have couple of suggestions for things that should be included in
> SquirrelMail. I think it will make it more functional, and I will expla=
> 1. Move messages within reading email - I think this would be a
> useful feature. Saves time when one is done reading mail and wants to m=
> but one has to go to Inbox first and then move the email.
Already included. Just turn on the "Delete Move Next" plugin that comes =
> 2. Add
> address to address book at compose mail - We have an email form where u=
> sends us feedback and makes requests for orders, and they enter they em=
> address. The email comes from our email address and in its body include=
> the users email. When we are replying to these emails, we complete the =
> part by hand and send the email. We are also required to include custom=
> email to our companies address book. A feature like "Add Recepients
> Address" during compose stage would be very helpful.
Already included. Just turn on the "Address Take" plugin. This will all=
you to add new addresses via a single click while *reading* the message.
Now would be a good time to explore all the options available via the=20
=2E/configure script. You might also want to take a few minutes to brows=
through the plugin collection on the SM website.