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Oct 25, 2011
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In iOS, there is a setting under Mail, contacts and calendar for increase quote level. There is an option to turn it off and on. What does increase quote level mean?
 

verwon

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It indents the text, like in a quoted reply in your email.

I'm sure you've seen them, when someone responds and the original email has a > mark before each sentence, then it grows with each subsequent response >>, then >>> and so on. That way it designates the old email from the new.


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Rugaby

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To me means it will put a sold line down the left side of the email to indicate the previous (or quoted/replied to) content. So you don't get it confused when typing your reply.
Edit. I was typing my response as u types the above one in which you are correct.
 

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Depends on the email, iOS email and many others do the line, gmail uses >, which is REALLY ANNOYING!


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