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CONVERSATIONS are a new feature introduced in EM CLIENT 7.0. This feature is a VIEW OPTION which can show your messages and replies to them in threads that enable you to easily read through the previous conversation on the topic in the given message thr...
Although RFC 3501 (IMAP protocol) treats folder names as case sensitive (with the exception of the "INBOX" folder) the actual behavior varies with different servers. Some servers allow case-sensitive folder names, while others treat names differing only i...
LOCAL FOLDERS are folders that eM Client doesn't synchronize with the server, meaning their content is stored locally in the application's database. There are various reasons why you might want to store emails in Local Folders. For example, you can move...
FAVORITE FOLDERS are virtual folders that display all messages from a certain folder type (such as Inbox, Outbox, Sent, Unread, Flagged messages, Search Folders or folders based on Tags) from all of your email accounts at once. They can be found in the le...
We believe that Spam should be filtered directly on the server so eM Client includes only one default Spam rule that moves messages marked by SpamAssassin [https://spamassassin.apache.org/] as spam to the Junk folder. Besides this option, you can always...
Yes, you can use a number of variables in your messages while sending mass mail from eM Client. To add variables, right-click the message body while composing a new message and select INSERT > VARIABLE. Then you can select a number of variables from a l...
With 'Send Later' (PRO feature) you can set a specific time when you want your message to be sent. You can either use the drop-down menu under the Send button or via MENU > MESSAGE > SEND LATER. Until the message is sent it is kept in your local Outb...
Yes, you can easily navigate between the left-side menu items (_Mail, Calendar, Tasks, Contacts, Attachments, Notes, Widgets_) using the CTRL and 1 - 7 keys. You can change these shortcuts in MENU > SETTINGS > GENERAL > SHORTCUTS.
Unfortunately, the Outlook rules have their own specific structure which has no public technical documentation. Because of this, importing these rules is not a trivial feature that could be added to our program. You can re-create your rules in MENU > RU...
Yes, if you need to quickly zoom in or out of a message detail, simply click on the message (to make sure the focus is in there) and either a. PRESS CTRL and use the MOUSE SCROLL BUTTON to zoom in/out or b. PRESS CTRL and use either the '+' button to ...
Yes, you can definitely use a number of startup parameters. Here is a short overview: _ /dblocation PATH_ This parameter will determine which folder will eM Client load the main database from. If the given folder does not exist, eM Client will cre...
The current style of conversations we implemented is inspired by Gmail, so the order is currently only from the Oldest at the top to the Newest at the bottom. The messages marked as read will be collapsed by default so you will always be able to read the ...
eM Client supports two specific kinds of Archiving features: * Local automatic archiving inside the eM Client program and * Server-side archiving. _Automatic Archiving_ eM Client archiving can be found in MENU > SETTINGS > MAIL > AUTOMATIC ARCHIV...
Tags are labels you can use to attach a detail or category to a specific item. You can then use this tag to search for these items, look through special tag folders or just use the colors to make your data more organized. You can manage tags in MENU > T...
Our databases are not backward compatible for older versions and once you upgrade your database to accommodate the new version, you cannot just simply install an older version over it. If you have a backup of your database from eM Client 7 you can skip ...
Yes, it's possible to lower the row height or change the font of your inbox by going to MENU > SETTINGS > APPEARANCE > LISTS
By default, eM Client will show all messages with HTML formatting. This means you will be able to view the font type, color, inline images, links, and other formatting details as the sender designed them. If you prefer to view all messages in Plain text...