After you click on a folder, you will be taken (in the right frame) to the message index. This lists messages in the selected folder. Below the menu choice is a line which informs you which mails you are viewing numerically and how many total you have.
For example: Viewing messages 20 to 30 (45 total).
Notice that the total message count might be different from the unread mail count which is to the right of the main mail folder.
A bar containing
three buttons is next. On the left side is a drop down
list box. This box lists your currently subscribed folders. Any selected
message will be moved to the selected folder when the move button is pushed.
Multiple messages may be moved at once. On the right side of this bar is
a button used to delete selected messages. Just select the junk mail and
press the button.
A bar containing three fields (From, Date, and Subject) is next. These headings separate the message table into logical parts. From tells you who sent you the message, or at least what email address it came from. Date shows the day which the email was sent. Subject displays what the sender entered as the subject. Note: Between the Date and Subject columns is a small column that is unlabeled. There could be a "+", "!" or an "A" in there. If you see the "+", that means that the message has attachments; if you see the "A", that means that you have answered the message, and if you see the "!", then the message was marked as urgent!
What remains is the actual message table. You will notice that unread
messages are bold while viewed messages are in normal text.
Four fields form this table. On the far left is a select box. When
selected, the message on the same line is subject to the actions previously
, (moving and deletion).
Under the From header is listed whom the message is from. Surprising, we know. But hey, you don't have to read this. The date is listed next, and finally the subject.