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8.0 Client Prints Mail Different - Please allow to toggle between new and old method.... 
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: Jamie Colpean925 13 Mar 2008
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In migrating some users from 6.5.6 to 8.01, the only complaint so far that I have heard is regarding the printing of mail messages.
 
Previously:
Open email message and print.  The result was a printed document containing the Subject and Body of the email
 
8.0.1:
There appears to be a bit more of the header information included in the printing of the same types of email  So much so, that if the user is running SWIFTFILE, the suggested folders are printed as well.  LOL....this might be a problem for someone who files similar messages in a not so flattering foldername and then prints the message for some other purpose. 
 
Suggestions:
How about allowing the user the ability to select the level of detail printed from emails/



1) Paul Davies12381 (13 Mar 2008)
this sounds more like a bug to me. There is no purpose to printing out the Swiftfile folders
2) Craig Wiseman21821 (13 Mar 2008)
Agree 100%. Is this similar to this idea:
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