Using Horde Email? I Will Show You How To Increase Your Message Display Amount So You Can View More Emails!
It may seem weird but I get a lot of people, especially clients who are first timers having their own hosting and use Horde email who don’t know how to increase their message display amount.
Well I created a video on how to do it so all people who look for this information especially my clients, now have a video guide to do the instructions. No longer do I have to describe this over the phone or via email LOL :D.
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- Load up your Horde email web application.
- Click "Options" at the top of the Horde email web application.
- Now under "Other Options" click on "Mailbox
and Folder Display Options."
- We then input a high number under the "Messages per page in the mailbox view" option, say 500. Then click "Save Options."
- Go back to your Horde email inbox and view many more messages than you could have before!
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What Is Horde Email?
It is a feature-rich desktop replacement type email application based on PHP that is popularly bundled with hosting providers.
Horde provides email features such as: folders, search, options, mail filters, calendar, notes, simple news reader, and a task list. It doesn’t have a slick GUI but it is more function over design.
Click on the link to find more information about The Horde Project.
Top 5 Free Email Services
- Gmail: Gmail is Google’s approach to email and chat. Practically unlimited free online storage allows you to collect all your messages, and Gmail’s simple but very smart interface lets you find them precisely and see them in context without effort. POP and powerful IMAP access bring Gmail to any email program or device. Gmail puts contextual advertising next to the emails you read. A word of caution is to read their TOS (Terms Of Service), you may not like what you read.
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