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  1. Add Cubby (from LogMeIn) in the list of services

    Could you please add support in the iOS and Mac OS version, for Cubby the storage service from LogMeIn.

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  2. Simplicity Echoed

    To echo the comments on simplicity. As with many other people I have a lot of mail accounts that would be unwieldy to manage on a small screen regardless of device. Tailor the iOS version to the tasks it will be used for, in my case simply responding to and flagging mails from selected accounts while out of office is all I need.

    For the iPad, because of the screen real estate, I would like to see a more full-featured app as close to the desktop version as possible.

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  3. 3 votes
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  4. Gmail Keyboard Shortcuts for Bluetooth Keyboards

    I can really process email quickly on Airmail Mac by using Gmail Keyboard Shortcuts. If I could use Gmail Keyboard shortcuts on the iPad using an external bluetooth keyboard then that would be something that I haven't seen on other iOS Mail apps.

    10 votes
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  5. Acompli + Mailbox

    Gesture support exactly like Mailbox with snooze and folder gestures, along with the standard archive and delete, but with a whole file support section like Acompli. The ability to go through files per email in Acompli is really handy!

    Don't need the calendar section like in Acompli, as I think everyone uses Fantastical or something similar for their calendar tasks.

    Also, the ability to create folders like Mailbox would be great too!

    Oh also, support for drafts...

    9 votes
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  6. Categories for email/tasks for quick search and referencing

    Categories for email/tasks for quick search and reference

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  7. A toolbar of top or bottom with 3-4 button/space to customize

    A toolbar with 3-4 Space you can customise by existing folder or intelligent folder.

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  8. Fast email on iOS8 Notifications Center (and OS X too ?)

    can start directly an email from iOS8 Notifications Center. Just 3 textfield, like to: subject: and content:

    12 votes
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  9. 3 votes
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  10. Malto UI on the iPad

    The Malto mail app on the iPad has a very neat and different interface on the iPad, which I really like!

    However, its functionality is not as clean and simple as that of Airmail on the Mac.

    If you could somehow manage to merge the look of Malto with the functionality of Airmail, that would be great!

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  11. Inbox zero by downloading only latest emails

    I don't know how long it would take to push 8000 emails into the archive manually, waiting for the server to process them. It's an excellent idea to limit the downloaded emails to the last month (Mac app). Please do the same with the iPhone app! Thanks!

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