This is the eighth in a series of messages describing new features in Isode R14.4, scheduled to ship in April 2009. You can see all of the messages on this blog relating to R14.4 by clicking on this link
- Consolidation of all messages into a single mailbox, so that the accessing client sees just one mailbox containing all messages.
- Presentation of an IMAP mailbox (folder) for each of the back-end email accounts, so that the user can see messages for each account independently.
- In the first scenario, the user only accesses the mailbox with a mobile client, and so when the user is accessing mail on the backend from the desktop, synchronization simply isn't needed.
- In the second, the user has either become inactive, or simply never checks that particular mailbox - again, synchronization is a waste of resource.