The column “Folder” should display the name of the folder of each specific email. Displaying “All Mail” as it currently does doesn’t make any sense…
This is a Gmail thing. There are only three folders in Gmail-- All Mail, Trash and Junk. All emails reside in the All Mail folder and have “flags” to determine a “category” (which looks like a folder in eM Client). An email may have several categories or folders, so eM Client would not know which “folder” to display.
Yes, I understand the Gmail mechanism to maintain order based on labels and filtering. For many years I used Outlook as a client with around 150 folders and I found that it is the best way (for me at least) to manage large number of emails and still have a good overview.
The folders can be created directly in Outlook or will be generated automatically based on the labels and filters of Gmail. I started to test eM Client because Gmail/Outlook synch problems. Additionally since 1 month ago Outlook is not willing to accept my Gmail account.
I also use the categories in eM Client independently of Gmail (Gmail doesn’t have categories).
Anyhow, as I see it eM Client has all the information about my labels (folders look-alike) and they are displayed on the left as a folder tree. Technically it should be possible to display the same information related to each email in the folder column. As I see it it doesn’t make any sense to have a column named “Folder” if the only possible information displayed there is “All Mail”