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  1. emoshurchak

    emoshurchak Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    In the pdf Vibrant manual that I downloaded, under Messages there is mention of a Folder View. This doesn't seem to work with my unit. I'm wondering if anyone else has been able to access this option?
     

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  2. Yaz75

    Yaz75 Active Member

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    Have you tried "Files" in the app tray?

    That shows you which folders and files you have in the phone and on the card in a pretty conventional layout.
     
  3. emoshurchak

    emoshurchak Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    The Folder View option is for messages as follows:

    Folder View
    This screen displays your messages in a tabular format. Inbox,
    Outbox, and Draft display on different tabs. the number of
    messages contained in each folder displays in a brackets.
    1. From the Home screen, touch Messaging.
    2. Press Menu > Folder view.
    3. Touch one of the tabs to view the messages in that folder.

    When I press Menu, the only options I have are Compose, Delete Threads, Search, and Settings and there is no View option listed under Settings. By default, my messages are arranged in Thread view and I would like to try the Folder view option.
     
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    emoshurchak Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    I think I may have solved my own problem. The answer may lie in the minor differences between Vibrant versions (i9000 vs T959). I was using the T959 manual. I found a manual for the i9000 which does not mention folder view and comparing specs under inbox capacity the i9000 reads "threaded view" where the T959 does not.

    I always thought that the two versions were identical but apparently they are not. I'm curious about the differences and if one does not already exist, I would am going to start a i9000 vs T959 thread.
     
  5. Yaz75

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    My bad, I didn't see that you were specifically talking about the message window.

    Yeah, when I pull up the options for messages, there is a folder view option. It toggles between folder and thread view. Which really doesn't seem to give you all that much more really. I don't save drafts and if I deleted it, then I don't care to save it in a trash folder or anything, and sent messages are in the thread anyways.
     
  6. emoshurchak

    emoshurchak Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    Good to know Yaz. I was just curious to see what I was missing.
     

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