By default, the main page of MyOffice Mail displays the Inbox folder. The folder interface includes the following elements:
The Navigation bar can be collapsed or expanded using the Collapse orExpand button at the bottom of the Navigation bar. When collapsed, the Navigation bar looks like this:
The Navigation bar includes the following interface elements:
2. button to create a new email. When collapsed, the button will look like this: .
3.A field containing the user's name and email address (in a collapsed form is displayed in the form of "my" Latin letters), as well as the button that allow you to hide/display a list of user folders:
•Inbox: The folder contains incoming emails.
•Sent: The folder contains the sent emails.
•Drafts: The folder contains emails that were saved manually or automatically and were not sent.
•Junk: The folder contains suspicious incoming emails which have been identified as undesirable based on a number of criteria.
•Trash: The folder contains deleted emails.
•Starred: The folder contains emails from the Starred folder, marked by the user as important.
•Folders created by the user (if available).
4.If there are additional connected accounts, additional fields containing the name and email address of the owners of the connected accounts are displayed (in the collapsed form, each of the connected accounts is displayed in the form of "my" Latin letters), as well as the button / that allow you to hide or display a list of folders of these accounts.
5. Avatar button to access to the menu to go to user profile or exit the MyOffice account.
6.A group of access button (the button of the active application and the field of the active folder are highlighted):
•Help: Go to help materials.
•Settings: To go to settings.
•Mail: To go to MyOffice Mail. This button is not displayed if the window is collapsed.
•Calendar: To go to MyOffice Calendar. This button is not displayed if the window is collapsed.
•Contacts: To go to MyOffice Contacts. This button is not displayed if the window is collapsed.
7. Collapse button to collapse the Navigation bar. When collapsed, the button will look like Expand.
Information about unread emails is displayed as a marker in the corresponding folder line. The number on the marker indicates the number of unread emails in this folder. The unread emails counter disappears once the user has viewed or marked all emails as read.
User folders (manually created folders) are always displayed after system folders. For all folders except Drafts and Junk users can create sub-folders. The list of sub-folders is displayed as a tree, and the /button appear to the left of the parent folder shortcut, allowing you to expand or collapse the nested list.
When you select the desired folder in the Navigation bar, a list of emails contained in the selected folder will be displayed in the workspace. The active folder is highlighted in the Navigation bar.
The width of the workspace block can be changed by holding down the right border of the panel with the left mouse button and pulling to the right or left.
The workspace contains the name of the active folder, the mail check button (list update), buttons for searching emails in a folder and a list of emails from the active folder.
The emails in the list are presented in the form of mini panels. Each mini panel displays:
•A check box for marking the importance of the email (the inactive button is displayed only when the pointer hovers over the email or when it is highlighted in the list).
•Name and email address of the sender (for incoming emails) or recipient (for outgoing emails).
•May contain an indication of an attachment in the email.
•May contain an indication of a new entry in the calendar.
•Date (if the email was sent or received on the day other than the current day). If the email was received or sent on the current day, the time of receipt or sending of the email is displayed.
•May contain the priority of the email (//).
•May contain a confidentiality mark (confidential/personal/default).
•If the email has been answered, it will be marked with an arrow pointing to the left. If the email has been forwarded, it will be marked with an arrow pointing to the right.
•The subject of the email. The topics of reply messages are supplemented with the "Re:" prefix. The topics of forwarded messages are supplemented with the "Fwd:" prefix. The subject of the unread email is put in bold.
•The number of emails in the thread, if there is a thread of emails. Clicking the number at the right edge of the mini panel of the email will open the thread.
When you select at least one email in the list, a Toolbar appears containing commands for working with the selected emails:
In the Junk folder, the button on the Toolbar is shown as Not Spam.
When you select an email in the workspace, the contents of the email will be displayed in the Reading pane.