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Windows 7: WLM and Expanding Nested Folder's Error?


13 May 2010   #1

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WLM and Expanding Nested Folder's Error?

First, sorry if this was answered previously - searched but got several pages of 'hits' - most not applicable.

Problem (not a big deal but frustrating) ... when I expand a folder (because it has nested folders 'under' it), WLM does the expand but sometimes returns me to the 'top' of the 'Folder Pane" (i.e. Quick Views,etc). The frustrating part is this 'tends' to happen (60% of time) when I'm in a hurry to access a saved email (or save a new one).

I read one thread that mentioned problems with WLM and nested folders - is this such an instance? .... any hope for the future?

Oh to have OE6 Exp back, thought WLM would work as well (or better) ... naivety big time. (Tried Thunderbird 3 but had huge problems importing my folders/emails - used ImportExportTools - and TB didn't seem to 'play nice' with multiple RoadRunner email accounts.)

Any word about WLM fixes in the future?

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