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Allow access to multiple mailboxes

Verse Mobile should allow the access to multiple mailboxes and not only the one in the person document.

  • Guest
  • Jul 16 2018
  • Likely to implement
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  • Guest commented
    21 Oct, 2020 02:20pm

    Yes definitely. You can set up multiple email accounts on iOS platforms using the native Apple mail app, but you can't with Verse. This is a real shortcoming for the app.

  • Guest commented
    24 Sep, 2020 07:34pm

    Yes, I think this would be great. I have Notes mailbox by different companies and need to change ID to access it. I do have several mailboxes in Outlook (sorry, I do not like it, but is a must) and there it is very easy to see all mails in one mailbox/ different mailboxes but one client. I would love HCL Notes would be able to do the same. German HCL Partner

  • Guest commented
    3 Feb, 2020 10:54am

    It is incomprehensible that this option is not there.  I don't understand how both ibm and hcl haven't solved this issue.

     

  • Guest commented
    5 Jan, 2020 12:52pm

    Big Need!

  • Guest commented
    21 Oct, 2019 02:12pm

    have been asking for this for years.  Shame this has not been fixed yet..

  • Guest commented
    28 Nov, 2018 05:36pm

    Verse App should also allow for multiple instances ( syncing with different accounts / servers ).

  • Guest commented
    31 Jul, 2018 12:56pm

    Especially several addressbooks could be interesting