Please check out screenshot ... from Outlook.
Be able to choose signature for newly created mail but not for forward/reply.
When replying to a message no additional "Re:" label should be inserted before the subject if such a translated label is found. The client therefore should know the commonly used / translated versions of "Re:" preferably editable via preferences.
i.e. In Dutch Betr: is used and in ...
Add an option to reply without history.
The reply button of a view is cut into 2 parts : the reply itself and a drop-down menu for the reply options.
In the memo itself, the button does not have the two parts. You always have to choose an option from the drop-down menu. You cannot reply by ...
You cannot see the replies heirarchy when in a discussion post in Quickr so you have to go out and in . Either allow display of all replies as per a blog (or an idea) or show the discussion tree of the post when in a post or reply. This would ...
When you choose Reply, you have an option to change to Reply to All without having to lose what you entered and go back to the view/original message. When you choose forward, which has become forward without attachments due to numerous requests (and I don't disagree), you do not have ...
When you reply to a mail a little green arrow icon will appear in the right most column of the inbox, signifying that that message has been replied to. How about jumping straight to the reply when clicking on that icon (instead of going to the thread view)?
If you save and delete attachments within a mail message, you have to then close the message saving your changes and then re-open it to reply (I think the same if you reply first then want so delete attachments). Notes knows what you are trying to do, because the message ...
Many websites that offer internal (non-internet) mail, show if the reciepient have opened/read the mail and/or replied to it. Typical examples are Myspace (see screenshot), some dating websites, etc.
Sometimes in a Notes environment you send a mail, and then you realize a few hours later, when you don't hear anything ...