Terminology confusing on Move to and Copy to <folder name>
"Move to" then changes to "copy to" and it is confusing as to the operation being performed. When you choose to "Move to" for an email, the pull down box then changes to "Copy to" <folder name> and it is confusing terminology. Is the email being moved to the new folder completely? Or is a copy being moved and the original left to clutter up the inbox as well? Since I don't see the email still in the inbox, it does appear to be acting as a Move but it is confusing terminology since Move means "move to new location and delete from original location" and Copy means "send a copy to a new location while leaving original in its starting location"
Typo in move submenu.
When moving mail to another folder, the move submenu is "COPY to a different folder", instead of saying "MOVE to a different folder".
When selecting files to be moved to other folder, the command for moving should not say "Copy files to here.." but "Move files to here.."
It says "copy" but it's really "move"
move to another folder is presented as "copy to another folder"
Select a message,
Right click that message
In the pop-up menu shows - see "copy to a different folder"
That should be "Move to a different folder"