How many times have you engaged in a conversation over e-mail? Typically, these conversations result in several e-mails that push everything else in your inbox downward. Thats where our Conversation View came into play. In Zimbra 5.0, we’re changing it a bit.
In our very first beta, we introduced the conversation view. The conversation view groups together e-mails by subject that spans folders, so when new communications come in, they are automatically correlated to relevant content.
|Currently, the conversation view reveals each conversation in a singular line. The reading pane is unavailable, and the number of messages in the conversation is indicated by a "(#)".|
|To open a conversation, the user had to double click on the conversation line. This would open a new view with all messages of the conversation, and the user would have the reading pane. To exit the conversation, the user had to click the "Close" button in the upper right corner.|
Now lets look at the new Conversation View in Zimbra 5.0:
|Some users don’t like to display the reading pane, so you can now turn it off (or on) for the Conversation view and List View.|
What do you think? Any ideas or suggestions? Give us some email@example.com or join the discussion at the Zimbra Forums.