Em Fri, 29 Sep 2006 03:26:12 -0300, <spamfilteraccount@xxxxxxxxx> escreveu:
Rijk van Geijtenbeek wrote:
On Wed, 27 Sep 2006 13:24:24 +0200, wrote:
> Since Gmail arrived I know that conversation view is the way to go, so
> I'd like something like that in Opera M2 too.
What is conservation view? If you mean a threaded display, Opera does
offer this. It is 'on' by default in newsgroups and mailing list views,
and can be enabled and disabled using the 'View' button on the mail
I want to see threads in their entirety (including sent and received
mails) not just for newsgroups and mailing lists, but regular mail too.
Gmail shows these conversations automatically without having to set up
In my experience it's very useful. If there's an ongoing issue all
mails belongnig to the thread can be seen together and the whole
conversation can be archived as a whole when the issue is closed.
I can emulate this in Opera to a certain extent (I created a "Make
conversation" button for the mail panel which sets up a filter
semi-automatically). The only problem is that I can't archive the
conversation like in Gmail. E.g. I have the ongoging issues with their
own filters under Todo in the filter tree. When an issue is closed I'd
like to move the conversation under a Closed Issues filter, but sadly
Opera does not allow me to drag filters from a parent filter to an
other parent filter, though the parent filter has no other role than
giving a collapsable structure to my filters, so that I can hide those
which I don't want to see.
In the Mail toolbar (the one with the Reply, Forward, etc... buttons)
there is a View button (the one with the eye icon, at the left hand side
of the Quick find). The 2 first options are Flat and Threaded. I think the
second one is what you want.
Usando o M2, revolucionário cliente de e-mail do Opera: