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By M66B, Recognized Developer on 2nd August 2018, 02:43 PM
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13th March 2019, 08:58 AM |#5001  
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@ohmywhoami I have added something similar as was suggested

Wonderful, thank you so much!
 
 
13th March 2019, 09:17 AM |#5002  
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You meant 1.379.
13th March 2019, 09:21 AM |#5003  
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You meant 1.379.

Yes, I did, fixed.
13th March 2019, 11:13 AM |#5004  
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I have a message in my trash. When I long press the trash folder and tap empty trash, that message is not erased. It's still there every time.

It's not fist time this happens, one time I did the erase from the Gmail app and the message erased fine. But now I want to erase it from fairemail and if I select the single message in the trash and tap delete it appears again just after.

Don't know why.
13th March 2019, 02:11 PM |#5005  
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I have a message in my trash. When I long press the trash folder and tap empty trash, that message is not erased. It's still there every time.

It's not fist time this happens, one time I did the erase from the Gmail app and the message erased fine. But now I want to erase it from fairemail and if I select the single message in the trash and tap delete it appears again just after.

Don't know why.

Is the message shown dimmed?

Edit: also check the operations list for failed/pending operations
13th March 2019, 02:12 PM |#5006  
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This new FAQ might be of use:

What is a tracking image?
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13th March 2019, 04:30 PM |#5007  
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I have just released beta version 1.380

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https://github.com/M66B/open-source-email/releases

This is a bit experimental version that splits linked images into a link and an image. The reason for this is to make visible both where the link leads to and where the image will be downloaded from. A typical example are image buttons, like Facebook or Twitter buttons, where pressing the image opens a web page. Since FairEmail is about privacy I think it is important that we can see both the address of the link and of the image.

Note that tapping on an image shows the image address. This was already the case in previous versions, except when the image was linked as described in the previous paragraph.

If you can read HTML, this:

Code:
<a href="https://link.address.tld" title="Facebook">
    <img src="http://image.address.tld" />
</a>
will be split into:

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<a href="https://link.address.tld">Facebook</a>
<img src="http://image.address.tld" />
Feedback on this is appreciated and ideas for similar privacy improvements are very welcome.
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13th March 2019, 05:07 PM |#5008  
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This new FAQ might be of use:

What is a tracking image?

So this means others won't know if I have seen the message? No "read ack"
13th March 2019, 05:10 PM |#5009  
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So this means others won't know if I have seen the message? No "read ack"

Yes, especially widely used services like Mailchimp routinely append hidden Web beacons.
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13th March 2019, 05:21 PM |#5010  
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Yes, especially widely used services like Mailchimp routinely append hidden Web beacons.

Good but there could be a case for selectively disabling this feature for some trusted contacts to be assured that their mail is read- I don't know if that is possible
13th March 2019, 05:22 PM |#5011  
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Good but there could be a case for selectively disabling this feature for some trusted contacts to be assured that their mail is read- I don't know if that is possible

You can actively click on a tracking image to do just this.
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