I am currently trying out EagleFiler (1.6b2 on Mac OS X 10.8.4) and I was happily using F1 on incoming e-mails of a specific project. At the end of the day, I again had a look at the actual EagleFiler-library and I saw that for each F1-keystroke I did, EagleFiler created a new Inbox-folder. So there were a lot of inbox-folders: inbox, inbox-1, inbox-2, etc.
I tried to move e-mails from inbox-1, -2, -3, etc. into “inbox”. This did not work.
I deleted inbox-1, -2, -3 which moved the e-mail-messages into the generic library.
Is there a way to have EagleFiler always put e-mails into just this one Inbox folder it creates in the beginning? (Or, even better, have EagleFiler create only one folder “e-mails” and put every e-mail in there?)
The point here is: I would like to have project files and e-mails in a library. I do not want those e-mails in different folders, but this is what (naturally) happens when you work with them in mail.app: At first they are in your inbox, then you move them to your project folders.