Any ideas how to solve this?
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http://www.mailbe.at is a new email system for Android that brings todos, emails, and other data together into a new contextual inbox.
Here's what they promise:
Gain better understanding from an email's topic by viewing other related emails.
Automatic Organization by Topic:
View a cluster of emails (this is not an email thread) based on a specific topic, independent of which contacts the emails are from, conversations, or replies.
Contextual Calendar Entries:
Create a new calendar entry right inside mailbe.at, whenever the content of an email suggests a date and time.
New To-Do lists are generated from emails that contain a type of list - a shopping list emailed by your wife becomes a new To-Do list.
Watch this video to see if it's for you.
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