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Topic # 24196 17-Jul-2008 17:05
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G'day

I run a number of mail accounts into my iPhone which is great!

Problem I'm trying to fix is the folders in each account always seem to list in the "Expanded" view and there seems no way to un-expand the view, takes forever to scroll down if there are 20+ folders which I have.

Any ideas from the Apples Genius's here?

Cheers

Cripes I love this device, totally Destroys the BB Curve which I loved.

Motorwayne

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  Reply # 148917 17-Jul-2008 17:13
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motorwayne: G'day

I run a number of mail accounts into my iPhone which is great!

Problem I'm trying to fix is the folders in each account always seem to list in the "Expanded" view and there seems no way to un-expand the view, takes forever to scroll down if there are 20+ folders which I have.

Any ideas from the Apples Genius's here?

Cheers

Cripes I love this device, totally Destroys the BB Curve which I loved.

Motorwayne

You can't edit views in Mail on the iPhone. It does get annoying trying to scroll down, but it's just like that.




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  Reply # 148919 17-Jul-2008 17:19
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Righto then!

I went and rationalized my folder structure this afternoon in a way that mad the whole thing easier, even moved a few off my work exchange server onto MobileMe which made the whole thing heaps better.

Thought I'd still ask anyway incase someone else had the issue.

Cheers

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