Super User is a question and answer site for computer enthusiasts and power users. It only takes a minute to sign up. Connect and share knowledge within a single location that is structured and easy to search. I'm very confused. I'm using Comodo Internet Security as a firewall and it is blocking requests from my mobile phone browser to my local webserver. If I disable Comodo firewall it works, and it's pretty obvious Comodo is actually blocking something because of the logs Comodo firewall port forwarding lost here and appreciate any guidance!
It has nothing to do with Read or Unread. Partial screenshot of Drafts folder - click to enlarge. I have been using multiple kinds of e-mail clients before and I can say with certainty, that not every client has a visible number of messages in the Drafts folder. But thanks anyway, I decided to work my way around things differently.
The next time, a more friendly approach would be highly appreciated. Have a nice day! It really is neather helpful nor logic to count each and every draft as unread. How could my own drafts be unread, anyway? Maybe not the most logical way to use a Drafts folder as a kind of archive, but I like a clean environment in my mail client and so if possible no extra folders. The thing that works for me to avoid this, is making a subfolder or more in the Drafts folder and keep the messages there.
Or just create a separate folder for messages that have to be kept. Thanks VERY much for your help with this. Hopefully I can return the favor someday. Emails not appearing in Inbox, just All Mail Mail. First, thakns very much for the quick response, I do appreciate it.
Thanks again. Unfortunately I cannot say which of the changes made fixed the issue but it looks like it has been fixed which is great. I have changed the startup folder to be All Mail so I now see everything regardless of flagging.
With both the problem looks like it has been fixed and my email life is now a lot better Have a great week, Gary.
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