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drag/drop & remove AB column

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drag/drop & remove AB column

Postby janrif » Mon Sep 06, 2004 12:37 pm

How does user drog/drop mailbox from one position to another in the list?

How does user remove un-wanted column in Address Book?

TIA
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Re: drag/drop & remove AB column

Postby Eric » Mon Sep 06, 2004 12:47 pm

janrif wrote:How does user drog/drop mailbox from one position to another in the list?
Just drag and drop. Select the mailbox and hold the left mouse button. Go to the new location and release the button to drop the mailbox.
In case there are filters present they will be automatically updated.
How does user remove un-wanted column in Address Book?
:roll: At present you can't select the columns, but if you want to hide a column just drag the horizontal seperator lines, until they touch eachother.
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Re: drag/drop & remove AB column

Postby janrif » Tue Sep 07, 2004 12:09 am

Eric wrote:
janrif wrote:How does user drog/drop mailbox from one position to another in the list?
Just drag and drop. Select the mailbox and hold the left mouse button. Go to the new location and release the button to drop the mailbox.

I think I've asked the wrong question. I should have asked "How do I change folder positions, i.e. up & down @ the same level? That I can't do. TIA

FYI: Edited by Eric - closed quotes
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Re: drag/drop & remove AB column

Postby Eric » Tue Sep 07, 2004 12:58 am

janrif wrote:I think I've asked the wrong question. I should have asked "How do I change folder positions, i.e. up & down @ the same level? That I can't do.
:roll: What do you mean exactly by that? If you want to sort them, just rightclick on the folder, choose Properties and make it your favourite by checking the box. The same applies to mailboxes.
After restart it will be on top.
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Postby robin » Tue Sep 07, 2004 2:47 am

I think I've asked the wrong question. I should have asked "How do I change folder positions, i.e. up & down @ the same level? That I can't do.
You can't, the position of the mailboxes in their tree structure is fixed.
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Postby janrif » Tue Sep 07, 2004 11:20 am

robin wrote:
I think I've asked the wrong question. I should have asked "How do I change folder positions, i.e. up & down @ the same level? That I can't do.
You can't, the position of the mailboxes in their tree structure is fixed.

Weird but ok. Thanks.
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