Piyush Joshi-3 wrote:
> My IMAP server support threading and i have enabled the
> threading in squirrelmail and that is working for me too. Now my
> question is can we have grouping of mails like we see in g-mail if
> same mails is replied, forwarded.
I haven't used Gmail for a year or so, but its threading algorithms used to
group messages with the *same subject* with in a given period of time. I
found this both a nuisance and wrong; I would much rather see messages
threaded the conventional way, based on a message's "References" header
However, there is one change I would like to see in the way Squirrelmail
handles threads:threads should be sorted in the index window based on the
date of the most recent message rather than the original. The problem with
the latter is that threads which are more than a few days ago can be listed
very far down in the index window, making it very easy to overlook a new
Thunderbird exhibited this behaviour previously as well, but it was fixed
around beta 2 or 3 of the current release, and most welcomely so.
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