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Being able to quickly determine which version of ndMail we are using

I have asked several people whom I've talked to at NetDocuments in the last couple of weeks how to find out what version of ndMail each computer here is running.  Everyone has given me the same answer - the only way to figure it out is to go to settings on each computer,, and:

go to Apps,

then Apps and Features and [when that finally comes up],

find ndMail in that list.

Then you click on it so that it will open a box which contains the version number. 

Doing this takes at least 3 minutes on my computer alone, which is way too much time to answer a simple question, but ALSO the box contains "modify" and "uninstall" buttons, which we do NOT want anyone to click on, either accidentally or on purpose!

Please add an "About" screen for ndMail somewhere easy to get to so that we can quickly find out what version of it we are running, without risking uninstalling it and causing even more problems and wasted time - for both us and for NetDocuments support.  :)

Thank you!

Sue Ford 

Status: Planned

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This is available in ndMail 1.2 which is currently in beta. If you're interested in joining the beta, please send an email to ndmailbeta@netdocuments.com.

For reference, this is what it looks like in the Settings dialog for ndMail 1.2. 

Bradlee Duncan
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If you would set it up similar to ndOffice, where it will also let us check to make sure we didn't miss any updates and then send us a response to let us know if there are any updates for ndMail, that would be GREAT!!

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This is great!  it was exactly what I wanted!   I guess since ndMail 1.2 isn't "official" yet, the support people at NetDocuments don't know about it, because every one I talked to about it told me it had to be found in the uninstall box.  HA!!  I know something before they do for a change!

 

Thank you!!!

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