Mailbox: Add Time Stamp e-mails
Currently Mailbox list only shows DATE for New, Old and Sent e-mails. Please Add TIME stamp
Although the mail list does not display a time stamp, you can see the time when the email was received, by opening the email and checking the Date section in the email header just below the Subject line.
It is ridiculous that the time isn't displayed in the Date field of the lists. Change the field name from "Date" to "Time" and include a full time stamp like you care. T/D/M/Y
"Although the mail list does not display a time stamp, you can see the time when the email was received, by opening the email and checking the Date section in the email header just below the Subject line."
This response is a non-response. If there's a reason you're not adding this seemingly simple and definitely basic feature we'd all like to hear it. As of now you just seem lazy and unprofessional.
Please add Day, Date and Time HH:MM to E-Mail view
Please add a Right Click "Follow-Up" option for each e-mail
Verizon's own employees use Microsoft Outlook mail which has both of these features
I have discovered that if you hover over the "Read" icon on the Icon Bar, the 10 most recent emails will display with their Date, Sender, and Subject listed. Dates appear for days before today, whereas Times appear for today's e-mails. Why can't you do this in the main window like the Web version? It can't be that hard.
By the way, when hovering, the speed that the list appears is determined by a setting. In Desktop Gold, click on Edit/Mail Settings/Toolbar and under QuickView check the check box and select your speed (mine is set to Fast).
I agree with the original poster. The Web version of AOL Mail has Time listed for the current day and the Date for prior days. All other e-mail programs that I know of do that or have a combined Date/Time field.
While you can open an e-mail to see the time, the idea is that you should not have to do that.
John Myers commented
"Product support" This suggestion is fine unless you just got back from an month of being overseas and not carrying an laptop. Aol brown is still showing it's true colors.
Thank You....Please reconsider this enhancement request.
Reading EACH e-mail is a lot of work when I am trying to determine in what order the mail was received so I can prioritize my responses.
MicroSoft Outlook Mail (what Verizon Employees use) has this feature .....