In this version of "Mail", conversations are lumped together if they have the same subject (which seems reasonable and also seems to be true of older mail apps). So this afternoon I started an email chain with someone and then at some point I forwarded that email chain to a coworker and the conversation continued with just us two. Now I need to reply to the original guy whose emails are way at the bottom of the chain but if I hit REPLY, my reply automatically goes to my coworker because he was the last guy I emailed. What am I missing? Is there a setting to "unlump" these emails? I could also see it being a bug because I'm noticing A LOT of bugs and a Google search confirms that. Anyone else know what I'm talking about?
PHBT: Mail on Windows 10...
Posted 13 February 2019 - 07:31 PM
I'm surprised they don't just include the outlook client at this point in windows.
FTR - I don't like O365 outlook, its slow and the interface is clunky.
Posted 13 February 2019 - 07:34 PM
I was bouncing this off my wife because she's been using it too and she agreed that she had the same issue. I could hit REPLY (and it would default to the second person I was emailing) and then I could manually change the recipient to the original guy but then I feel like I would have to manually delete the emails between me and my coworker just in case he called the original guy an idiot somewhere in the emails. I don't know if I'm making sense here but it's just very different and it's not intuitive.
Posted 14 February 2019 - 06:08 AM
I don't use W10 Mail, but as I remember there is a setting for this. You'll have to drill down in the settings. I'll look it up if you don't get it worked out.
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