October 22, 2013 at 10:28 am #31443clinicoffice_userParticipant
Since the moment I am using the email manager, there is one thing that comes to my attention. It happens almost every time when I do the routine that goes like this:
I select a couple of unread emails (lets say 5 or 6).
mark as read
Now a couple of them are marked as read, but there are still some unread (they didn’t change status).
Right click again
mark as read.
Same issue. It depends on how many emails I have selected wether I have to do this once, twice or sometimes even three times.
I just wanted to let you know. It not a major issue, but somehow I find it a bit strange behaviour. Cheers!October 22, 2013 at 1:58 pm #33312SupportKeymaster
Hi – thanks for posting.
We’ve just been trying to reproduce this problem but without success. We selected over 100 emails each time, but whenever we click “Mark as Read” or “Mark as Unread” it always affects all selected emails.
Do you have any other steps we can try to reproduce this problem? Many thanks.October 24, 2013 at 5:26 pm #33313roelofwielingaParticipant
Hi thanks for replying. I have no other steps that I can think of. It’s been like this since the beginning and it didn’t really bother me so much. Maybe it is something with my configuration here? It happened again this afternoon. I am using a stylus… maybe this is the problem?October 31, 2013 at 9:03 pm #33314roelofwielingaParticipant
In addition to the previous posts: The button at the end of the ’email-adres’ in de patient editor stopped working after the last update (in fact, it opens up tens of internet explorer windows).
Since a while I have no TopBar at my email-window, so I can’t close it from there. I need to go to the task bar and close it from there.November 1, 2013 at 12:24 pm #33315SupportKeymaster
>> The button at the end of the ’email-adres’ in de patient editor stopped working after
>> the last update (in fact, it opens up tens of internet explorer windows)
It sounds like you have registered something else (probably IE) as your default email handler instead of ClinicOffice, hence email addresses are being sent there instead of being handled by ClinicOffice. Please make sure that ClinicOffice is registered as your default email handler in your Windows Control Panel.
>> Since a while I have no TopBar at my email-window
You’re correct – another customer showed us that recently and we’re working on a fix. In the meantime, you can workaround it by choosing to NOT to show the Email Manager in its own window (under the Email Settings panel).
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