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April 23, 2015, 09:29:05 AM
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I would like to see advanced filters for PM like moving received and upcoming PMs from certain users to certain label(s) that we create . This will help to sort important PMs easily and also, an option to search in outbox will also be helpful. Current search feature doesn't search in outbox. Any suggestions/opinions are welcome. Thank you!

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April 25, 2015, 02:37:16 AM
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Hello,

I would like to see advanced filters for PM like moving received and upcoming PMs from certain users to certain label(s) that we create . This will help to sort important PMs easily and also, an option to search in outbox will also be helpful. Current search feature doesn't search in outbox. Any suggestions/opinions are welcome. Thank you!

I'd like to see a third party service handle PMs (is there such a thing?)

There'd (probably) be a lot more features, encryption for privacy, and no one could accuse forum staff of reading PMs.

Plus, it would free up the programmers to work on other features.

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April 25, 2015, 06:06:13 AM
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I'd like to see a third party service handle PMs (is there such a thing?)

I don't like this. It is better for admins to manage this than a third party. It is more harmful, I guess.

There'd (probably) be a lot more features, encryption for privacy, and no one could accuse forum staff of reading PMs.

In-built encryption is no use. It can be decrypted manually by an admin. Telling users to submit a Bitcoin/PGP address whose private keys are accessible/owned by them will be good. So forum can encrypt messages with their public key. Users will have to install a client like Electrum(only one which support encrypt/decrypt messages) or any other standalone sign/verify and encrypt/decrypt client.

Plus, it would free up the programmers to work on other features.

We will have to spend money on it and both amount will be equal. So these features in Epochtalk is better.

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April 25, 2015, 01:07:59 PM
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Hello,

I would like to see advanced filters for PM like moving received and upcoming PMs from certain users to certain label(s) that we create . This will help to sort important PMs easily and also, an option to search in outbox will also be helpful. Current search feature doesn't search in outbox. Any suggestions/opinions are welcome. Thank you!


This could be a real interesting feature but we should wait the launching of the new forum software.
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