First post in the forum, and I'd like to point out my 2 requests. I must admit that Profimail is truly the most complete application I've found for Symbian for handling my emails, and my requests are the only glitch I could find and are my only concern before I switch completely to Profimail and ditch everything else.
So here I go:
- I use my Gmail IMAP account for my email and I've set up a number of labels (gmail labels=IMAP folders), which I want to monitor with Profimail along with my default Inbox. The problem is that if I check the "Update all folders" option, then Profimail monitors and updates indeed ALL folders...but also the ones that are not needed such as: All Mail, Drafts, Sent Mail, Trash, Spam etc etc etc... If I uncheck this option, then it monitors only my Inbox and I lose monitoring on my other custom folders (e.g. I have a separate folder for Paypal related mail, another one for my project related mail etc).
I want to define SPECIFICALLY which folders I want Profimail to monitor and update and ofcourse leave out the All Mail, Sent, Spam etc folders that are automatically set by Gmail when the software retrieved the Full folder list.
Such a feature is implemented in the standard (crappy) email application of the e71 and it's a shame that Profimail does not have it. Although I suppose that this is more a new feature rather than a Tweak, I'd like to see it available.
- I'd like to have a full
new email notification at my e71 Home Screen rather that just the small envelope at the upper right corner every time I have new mail, exactly the way that the default email application of Symbian displays the appropriate notification at the Home Screen (Home Menu>Tools>Settings>General>Home Screen>Mode Settings>Home Screen Applications> Enabled Applications and there I'd want an option for Profimail notification much like the "Email 1 notification" that is there by default). Also, if this is possible, then it would be nice to be able to access all the new unread email directly by clicking on the notification (you can't do that on the small envelope).
I'm looking forward to some good news regarding these two requests! It's a pitty that my first request is covered by Nokia's Email Messaging (http://email.nokia.com
) software and the second one is a so elementary feature that is already implemented in the e71, and Profimail does not have them.
Please, all you ninja Profimail developers do something! I'm THIS close on purchasing the software!