In a recent newsletter, I discussed a few features I\u2019d like to see available in e-mail. In response to that article, a number of readers sent me their desired wish list of features. Here are some highlights.* \u201cI'd like to have a selective receipt feature. I'd like to request a read-receipt for the primary recipient(s), but not the majority of contacts listed. The only way I know of currently is to send the original mail with the receipt request and then forward it to everybody else without the receipt request. Not only time-consuming, but kind of embarrassing (\u2018Why didn't you remember to copy me the first time you sent it?\u2019).\u201d* \u201cHaving just worked for an organization that built their own e-mail client, what a joy it was to come into work each day and simply click on one icon for everything - my corporate intranet, messaging, etc. I've landed with a bump again into the real world with another company where I now need multiple apps open - why can't I simply have my e-mail client running as a drop-down within my corporate intranet?\u201d* \u201cHow about simple \u2018search and replace\u2019 in the body of the message?\u201d* \u201cAn easier way to sort on recipient.\u201d* \u201cTo type up an e-mail message to you costs five times more time than to transfer the same info by talking to you. Therefore I would recommend that in an e-mail client there is a button and I should be able to tell the system: \u2018new message,\u2019 then click your name from the address list in the To: field, then press the recording button and tell you my story (in any embedded microphone) and then press Send.\u201d* \u201cObtaining the settings for a mail client through Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP)\u201d so that nontechnical users don\u2019t have to get technical help in creating their server settings.Thank you to all who provided me with their thoughts on this issue.