To be fair, I wonder how many people think about read receipts at all.
From: <mmr-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> on behalf of Julian Koh
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Date: Tuesday, October 8, 2019 at 4:17 PM
To: "mmr@xxxxxxxxxxxxx" <mmr@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Subject: [mmr] Re: some new email tracking mechanism?
On Oct 8, 2019, at 14:36, John Welch
Literally: smart find, read status is unread, click “all mail” and save search.
Showing the count would be nice, but one of those two is trivial to achieve.
Correct, this is how it should work. But every time I’ve tried it, I end up
finding unread mail lurking in other folders that the smart folder never
As far as the sorting…meh. Doesn’t bother me at all, your mileage clearly
Oh, I’ll be the first to say that I’m a corner case in terms of email
processing and processes, especially these days. :)
it’s pretty clear Outlook is getting way more than Mail, probably because it’s
a much higher priority for MS than Mail is for Apple. And MS actually responds
to feedback from the in-client feeback thingy.
Totally agreed on all counts there. Indeed, especially after we switched from
on-premises Exchange to O365 Exchange and O365-licensed Outlook, I’ve seen more
improvement in Outlook in the past 6 months or so than I saw in years prior.
This read receipt thing gets me especially given all of Apple’s rah rah privacy