BlueMail for iOS marks emails as read or unread: The empty circle is read, and a filled one designates an unread email. In addition, the sender and subject of an unread email will be bold. The color itself identifies the provider and helps you prioritize when using Unified Inbox so you can easily figure the account of that […]
Modern E-Mail solutions support multiple devices, and the ability to access your mail concurrently and simultaneously. This makes signing out unnecessary.
BlueMail supports BCC. In compose mode, you can tap “Cc/Bcc:” to open additional lines for CC and BCC. Simply tap the line and add the contact you wish.
Within an email you have a bottom bar with the following icons: Later+ Mark as Done Trash Reply All More
You can Delete an email with these methods: Using the Bottom Bar Actions in Mail View. Using Swipe Options in List View.
You can designate specific emails as important to you by starring / flagging them. You can Star an email by swiping the email to the right and tapping + More and selecting Star. Please note this cannot be performed on a cluster. You may also Star an email using the 3-dot Menu in Mail View.
Swiping down in the mail list view all the way to the top refreshes the mail list.
Swiping right the email reveals three options: Done which allows you to mark an email as Done, Later+ which allows you to select a deferring time from a menu, and More where you can find additional options. Swiping left the email reveals three options: Mark Read / Unread, Archive, and Delete.
Yahoo! uses a folder called Bulk Mail instead of spam for the same purpose.
To login to iCloud from BlueMail, you need to use your Apple ID email address, e.g. firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com or whichever mail was granted to you by Apple. You should not use any connected mail address like you can for web, as BlueMail needs your Apple mail credentials to connect to your mail using IMAP. You can add […]