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Email - can't move smoothly from one message to next

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Email - can't move smoothly from one message to next

I am using Comcast's web-based email viewer.

 

In a previous version, it was easy to move from one message to the next (or previous) message by pressing an arrow button on the tool bar.  There is no such arrow in the current version, and I have to go back to the inbox to select the next email.  This is clumsy when there are many emails in the inbox.

 

Any workaround ?

Thanks, Jim

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Re: Email - can't move smoothly from one message to next


skipjack173 wrote:

I am using Comcast's web-based email viewer.

 

In a previous version, it was easy to move from one message to the next (or previous) message by pressing an arrow button on the tool bar.  There is no such arrow in the current version, and I have to go back to the inbox to select the next email.  This is clumsy when there are many emails in the inbox.

 

Any workaround ?

Thanks, Jim


  The arrows you see in the image posted by rightfooted will only display if you click on "View" at the top of the message list, select "List", and then select a message in the list. In the other two views you can go up or down in the message list using the arrow keys on your keyboard, so there is no need of separate arrows. 




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