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Client issue

I'm wondering if there is any way to resolve this issue I'm having with
the GW2014sp1hp1 (happened also with the sp1 client).

I prefer to use the keyboard more than the mouse for a lot of my daily

Since moving to the GW2014 client, if I click an email, then press
enter to open it, after closing it, deleting it, etc, I have to click
back into my emails to be able to select more than one email.

Example, I have a rule that moves the emails from the nightly backups
to their own folder. In the morning, I glance at them and only need to
look at the emails where the backup did not finish normally.

So, I click in there, hold shift and scroll down through the normal
emails, stop and delete them if I get to an abnormal one. I then open
that one to see what happened, and delete it afterwards.

Now, instead of just scrolling down, shift selecting the rest of the
emails as I go, I have to click back into this folder, *then* start my
shift selecting.

Ideas? Suggestions? This a bug, or just the way the client was
'enhanced' for this version? If it's an 'enhancement', I say boo and
get rid of that 'enhancement'.

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Not a solution but if you hold the shift key and press PgDn it will highlight the rest of the list, then the arrow keys seem to work to bring the selected rows back up. Only seems to work going down first - weird.
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