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Deleting a document

Deleting a document

Like all popular commercial software packages, it has its detractors as well as supporters. Critics emphasize that there are dedicated email clients that are simpler, more intuitive and have a lower purchase price. Proponents emphasize that richer capabilities and advanced programmability are available, that purchase price is a small fraction of total cost of ownership. There remain subtle irregularities in user interface behaviour and algorithms that continue to earn the client some disdain from many day-to-day users. Common criticisms of the product includes:

Its interface does not always behave as other programs do; in particular, other email clients. A common example is that in Notes, deleting a document (or email) will delete it from every folder in which it appears. Most other email clients only delete the email from the current folder; if the email appears in other folders it is left alone.

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