replied mail added to original can't separate from orginal for additional forward or reply.

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replied mail added to original can't separate from orginal for additional forward or reply.

In the past when I forwarded an email, or replied to the email the original was there for further forwarding or replying.  Now I see after I forwarded or replied one time that the whole history of actions on the email is present and I can't just forward the original.  While this is a common practice for different email providers it is not convenient if I want my responses or other responses to others not included.  I think that you should have an include or exclude check box next to a segment of the email chain.

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Accepted by topic author edrobinov
‎09-30-2015 1:39 AM

Re: replied mail added to original can't separate from orginal for additional forward or reply.

Try unchecking "Enable Conversations" in Settings (a gear icon in the upper right corner)

 

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The solution worked.  Thank you.

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You're welcomeSmiley Happy

 

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