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    Hoping there's a solution for what I'm looking for....

    On my HTC 8X, I've linked three personal e-mail accounts (Gmail, Live, & ISP) which is great to get them all in one place. My question, is there a way to distinguish the messages found in the linked Inbox by using a color to identify them (just like what is used in the linked calendars)?

    Any help is appreciated....
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    I don't think so, but it would be a nice touch -- kind of like the calendar.
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    I usually tap the 3 dots, then folders, then you can see the individual inboxes. Color coding would be great though, I agree.
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    I know it says which account it was once you open the email, up at the top.
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    Where to go to suggest this type of feature? I think it would make for a great added touch of sophistication to WP platform....
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    Usually you link the inboxes because you want the convenience of not having to go into multiple apps, not because you're worried about which account or came in on. And like I said, when you open the email it's listed at the top which account it was received on.
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    Quote Originally Posted by daddymanAZ View Post
    Where to go to suggest this type of feature? I think it would make for a great added touch of sophistication to WP platform....
    For this suggestion, you don't because it's already there. When you open a message, look at the top right next to the date/time of the message. Your linked account name is shown.

    In general, suggestions for user-facing features are made and voted on at Feature Suggestions: Hot (19070 ideas). Suggestions for developer-related functions are made and voted on at App Platform: Top (1113 ideas).

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