twslex31 Absent Member.
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Unread messages

Hi,

In the old gw8/7/6/5/4 webaccess the mails in the spam folder where not shown in the unread folder.
With webacc12 they do show up. How to get the old behaviour back?

Alex

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dzanre1 Absent Member.
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Re: Unread messages

twslex3 wrote:

> With webacc12 they do show up. How to get the old behaviour back?


Interestingly, I've never noticed that before - so I will report it as a bug (at
least in my mind it is).

As for getting back the old functionality, the only way to do that until Novell
addresses the "system" folder that WebAccess creates, is to create your own
"unread items" search folder and exclude the Junk Mail folder.

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Re: Unread messages

On Mon, 30 Jan 2012 18:58:42 GMT, DZanre
<dzanre@no-mx.forums.novell.com> wrote:

> > With webacc12 they do show up. How to get the old behaviour back?

>
> Interestingly, I've never noticed that before - so I will report it as a bug (at
> least in my mind it is).
>
> As for getting back the old functionality, the only way to do that until Novell
> addresses the "system" folder that WebAccess creates, is to create your own
> "unread items" search folder and exclude the Junk Mail folder.


Well, thanks. As posted by some others as well.

Were is the quality management....


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