I would suggest waiting a little longer than 24hrs for a response before assuming that nobody cares (especially on the weekend!). I’ll go through this point by point and address what I can.
I’ve tried to replicate this but it’s working for me. Double check that you have set up emails correctly (have you tried importing an email?). If you can replicate this as a bug then please raise it on GitHub and it will get treated as a high priority.
I’m assuming you are talking about the billing/shipping addresses on the detail-view? this can be easily changed through custom, I would suggest searching the forums.
This is already the case. Click on a record in the employees list-view and then bulk action -> delete. This will delete both the employee and user as explained in the popup.
Can you clarify what it is you are trying to do here? you can create opportunities for both contacts and accounts. This can be changed to fit your needs through studio.
If you want more options added to the email settings email per page drop-down you can raise a suggestion on GitHub or make the change yourself. Again, this would be a very easy change to make.
How are you trying to do this? if you open the email composer you can search for a contact with the “Related To” popup which will auto-fill details for you. Alternatively you could easily search for this contact in the contacts module list-view and then just click on his email to bring up the composer.
This is not something you can do out of the box. It’s a fairly common modification that you can easily find code to copy paste from the forums.
This is actively being worked on, stay tuned.
Please clarify, I can select a single folder in email settings under “Monitored Folders”.
Thanks for feedback, if you have further questions please don’t hesitate to ask.
I agree with Dillon that you need to be slightly more patient about getting quick answers. I had a Firefox tab with your thread open, to answer it when I got the chance, but hey, there are many things going on, not just this.
So Dillon did all the hard work already, let me just add I think an important decision with SuiteCRM is how much help you’re going to need, and who you’re going to get it from. SuiteCRM can be tricky to set up and made to fit your business’ needs. Some expert help goes a long way to make the process smoother.
For me, the business logic is this: I save a ton of money because the product doesn’t have to be bought. Then I save several tons of money because I don’t have to pay for it every year (as with licenses, software-as-a-service, etc.). Then I go and spend just a bit of money to have a SuiteCRM expert or a SuiteCRM partner company helping me customize.