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    Default how to mark an email - unread


    Just left the "Cupertino regime" and moved to the one from Mountain view.
    Company is using exchange which I got configured pretty easily on the default mail application that comes with the phone - I guess its called Email
    One thing I could not find out, when I read an email how do I mark it as unread? its an important feature that I hope this app don't lack.
    Also, couldn't find a serious, is there is a way to show unread emails in "Email" app for exchange server (or for that matter for any type of email account) ?
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    Not an answer to your question, but I suggest that you check out a great app for exchange mail access called Touchdown. $19.99 to buy, there's a 30 day trial in the marketplace. I use it because it offers better global address book searching.

    Hope this helps,

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    Press and hold on any email and you'll get a popup list. Mark as unread is the last option. You can mark multiple messages at one time by using the checkbox on each message.

    To view unread messages, press the menu button and select Sort. Read/Unread is an option. Unread messages will be listed first.
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    I'm ashamed to say I didn't notice the checkbox next to each email, but its so easy to miss with the horrible colors theme. Can you change it? I mean its android, aren't we suppose to be able to change anything?

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