edit emails when forwarded on android

by HcMAX » Sun, 07 Mar 2010 03:39:50 GMT


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 Hello,

On anfroid-gmail, when I forward an email, how can I edit the quoted
text?

It's too too bad I can't do it....

Please give me some ideas.....

Thanks and Best Regards,

Hugo Cunha

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edit emails when forwarded on android

by Chris Stratton » Sun, 07 Mar 2010 05:03:52 GMT


 As far as I know right now you have to use the web interface to
gmail.  Wish it were otherwise




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edit emails when forwarded on android

by ppetak » Sun, 07 Mar 2010 07:02:49 GMT


 It's not possible right now, and its a big shame. It's no big science
or something, it's only stupid omission. I regret it every time I need
to forward something from android. Imagine situation, I praise android
to heavens for my friends in the pub, and then I'm not able to delete
list of previous recipient from forwarded mail. Shame. Who is
personally responsible for gmail app on android? I could forward all
laughter from my friends to him. Of course without any editing. And it
won't be pleasant ...

DnF




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edit emails when forwarded on android

by Al Sutton » Sun, 07 Mar 2010 16:05:19 GMT


 If it's quoted text you shouldn't really alter it.

I've seen quoted text with chunks removed and in-line response which altered 
the whole tone of the original email. One example was a list of 10 points in 
the original email that was reduced to the 3 most extreme points and forwarded 
on to management with a comment saying "jeez, this guy is really out there, can 
we degrade his support level?".

Al.
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edit emails when forwarded on android

by Chris Stratton » Mon, 08 Mar 2010 06:28:48 GMT


 Like any tool misused it can be.

But if someone sends you something long and mostly irrelevent, its
useful to trim all but the part you are actually responding to.

...top posted and untrimmed in the style of  the android gmail
client ;-}





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edit emails when forwarded on android

by Matt Kanninen » Tue, 09 Mar 2010 06:55:58 GMT


 Al is wrong.




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