We're using KC 7.1.1 b1951. We use the webmail interface exclusively.
Here are a couple of suggestions for making the webmail interface more better
When you open an e-mail from the upper right hand pane in KC Webmail, another window pops up and you have buttons across the top to "Reply, Reply All, Forward, etc." Below this area is the e-mail. However, when you scroll down through the e-mail, all the top buttons scroll off the top of the window. On a particularly long e-mail, it's very inconvenient to reach the bottom, decide you want to do something and have to scroll or jump back to the top to get to the buttons. It would be nice if the buttons anchored the top row.
In the left hand folder structure pane of KC Webmail, when there is unread mail, the folder name is displayed in bold with the number of unread e-mails displayed in parenthesis. However, if you have a multiple level folder structure and there are unread messages at subordinate levels and the structure is collapsed, there is no indication of unread messages at the lower levels. I suggest that if there are unread messages at lower levels, the upper level names should display their names in bold but not show the number. That would indicate that there are are no unread messages in that particular folder but there are some at a lower level.
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