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Old 23 Dec 2019, 06:26 AM   #1
Jacinto
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Impossible to compose from or reply from "plussed" E-Mail address

I use "plussed" addresses (example: [email protected]___) quite a bit.

Receiving mail to plussed addresses with RB works well.

Regrettably, composing mail from a plussed address and replying to mail received by a plussed address with a plussed address sender are both impossible with both RB6 and RB7 webmail interfaces.

It is also impossible to create a plussed address alias.

Sending mail from plussed addresses isn't rocket science.

Unless I'm missing something, I cannot understand why such a basic capability is missing from Runbox's E-Mail implementation?

Thank you.

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Old 23 Dec 2019, 04:31 PM   #2
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composing mail from a plussed address and replying to mail received by a plussed address with a plussed address sender are both impossible with both RB6 and RB7 webmail interfaces.
Oh, yes this is possible with R6 (don't know about RB7). The trick is called "profile" in RB-speak.
https://help.runbox.com/aliases-profiles/
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Old 23 Dec 2019, 08:19 PM   #3
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[Solved -- Not Impossible]

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Oh, yes this is possible with R6 (don't know about RB7). The trick is called "profile" in RB-speak.
https://help.runbox.com/aliases-profiles/
My hat is off to you, Sir -- thank you.

Although somewhat convoluted, it does, indeed, work.

Now, for extra credit, if you know:

Why doesn't the pop-up composition window close after a message is sent (Firefox browser)?

Thank you, again.

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Old 24 Dec 2019, 01:43 AM   #4
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Why doesn't the pop-up composition window close after a message is sent (Firefox browser)?
It closes for me: Win7, FF71.0 (but I'm sure the behaviour has been the same with older versions).

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Old 24 Dec 2019, 06:28 AM   #5
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It closed for me: Win7, FF71.0 (but I'm sure the behaviour has been the same with older versions).
Hi, Janusz.

Also tried it with a Chrome browser, same difference.

Don't know if it makes a difference, but I have the "Compose in new window" Folder Preference ticked.

My Platform is Linux Mint 17 Qiana, but that shouldn't make a difference. Both Firefox and Chrome work essentially the same on Windows and Linux.

Perhaps one of the RB developers will care to chime-in.

We'll see.

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