It would be cool if "archive email" could be assigned to a folder of your choice
I put all my emails that I've received in a yearly archive folder, so for example currently its !2014 , and I can choose this with the "move" action, however setting the "archive" behavior to use that folder would save me a tap after swiping.
Give the user the ability to map his IMAP folders exactly like apple ios ot previous android systems
Carla Susana A commented
I want this :-)
Ralf Bisges commented
Definitely needed for one of my mail providers. As long as I can't define the trash folder, I'm unable to delete mails
+1 for this request:
"This request is a subset of another existing feature request, to allow the user to designate which iMap folder is used for each of the standard functions: Sent, Trash, Draft, Archive, Spam, etc. So while I support this feature request I would prefer it be generalized."
I use different types of mailboxes (IMAP, EXCHANGE and GOOGLEMAIL) for business and private E-Mails, so i would like to individually define the specific folders for each Mailaccount as mentioned above.
At the moment, i have 2 different "foldersetups" for my client-App (Airmail) and the iOS-Device which makes it a bit different to reach "inboxZERO" due to a folder chaos concerning especially "Archive" and "ToDo"-Function in both apps ;-)
Pablo Sbertoli commented
how do uí get out again?
Johan de Rooij commented
Austin Kirk commented
Why not just use the "Archive" folder for the current year, and then at the end of each year create a yearly archive folder for the year that just ended and empty the "Archive" folder into there? However, I do agree with the comments below that it would be great to customize where Boxer sends emails when you choose Archive, Spam, etc.
This request is a subset of another existing feature request, to allow the user to designate which iMap folder is used for each of the standard functions: Sent, Trash, Draft, Archive, Spam, etc. So while I support this feature request I would prefer it be generalized.
Harry Bailey commented
This tied in with mapping your trash and draft folder