You can delete an account via the three dots overflow menu of the account editor.@M66B Dear Marcel,
I'm currently testing the non-pro version 1.497 a little to get the promising pro version.
I ran into the following problems:
1.) I cannot delete an account (a single account for testing).
Tried this as you describe in the Faqs at GitHub, but I can't find the possibility to do so (unfortunately only active, primary, copy when the account is pressed for a long time).
2.) In the settings - miscellaneous (last tab) there is the possibility to turn off the logging at the bottom (to save some battery).
This is deactivated by default, but recording is still carried out.
3.) Activating / deactivating "Scrolling" has no effect in the log view.
Can you check it out, please?
In advance thank you very much!
Please see this FAQ about Android Auto support:I have the github version installed, but I do not get notification on android auto when there is a new email.
yes, I have marked Android auto in settings of fairemail.
Sorry Marcel, but there is no three dots overflow menu of the account editor.You can delete an account via the three dots overflow menu of the account editor.
Did you tap on the account you want to delete?Sorry Marcel, but there is no three dots overflow menu of the account editor.
To the account editor i go as follows:
Settings -> Main Settings (first tab) -> manual setup and other options (underlined) -> Accounts ...
But there is no three dots overflow menu there ... :-(
There were lots of very disappointing Play store reviews lately. I am going to accept that the average Play store rating is going down about each and every day, but this goes together with a full stop on new features.
If you are wondering why independent developers like me are giving up and big companies are taking over, this is one of the reason.
All my app will keep being maintained and supported, but there will be no new apps anymore.
It is just my mood, call it PMS or something ;-)Is this still the case? I see postings that suggest that Marcel's mood may have softened somewhat since writing the above, but this rather final-sounding posting is still linked to from the OP.
I finally grew tired of Aqua Mail's quirks and installed FairEmail last night, upgrading to the Pro version after having spent a few hours testing encryption and other advanced features. I was feeling quite excited at the prospect of an actively developed MUA in 2021.
I appreciate that FairEmail will, at the very least, still be maintained, but maintenance mode is much less exciting than an actively developed piece of complex software.
I always seem to jump on board Marcel's projects in their twilight. Have I done that here, too, or has development (vs. maintenance) picked up once again?