Re: [Evolution] options on download

I agree that there is a need for a "Skip Message" function, or a real
abort function.  In Outlook Express, you must wait for the entire message
to download (after clicking stop, it says "Finishing this message")

That's all I'm concerned about though.


On Thu, 1 Jun 2000 16:55:04 -0500, Tom Musgrove wrote:

 Something that Outlook does which really annoys me, is it attempts
 enormous messages, and won't go on to the next until it does so.  What
 like, is be able to skip over messages that are extremely large (i.e.
 with .pdf, .doc, .xls, etc. attachments), and download them last,
 since they
 will take the longest to download.  Or to have a method of retrieving
 the headers and marking messages to delete before they are downloaded
 the server.  As it is, my mailbox is essentially DoSed until I finally
 succeed in downloading the message...  Is this something that would be
 possible to do?
 Tom M.
 TOmM pentstar com

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