This has to be the stupidest question. But I can't find the answer. And, I can't believe Apple blew this, and didn't include it in the new iPad mail app. As we all know, on the iPhone, for many (most, if the developers follow specs) apps, you hit the top of page (where the date is), and the form/list auto-scrolls back to the top. On the iPad, that works for the large email form (the email itself). Well, how the heck do you scroll the floating (it works for the fixed landscape version!) inbox listing window back to the top (when in portrait mode)? I've pressed everywhere I can think of, and I can't find it. And I really can't believe Apple omitted this. Tell me I'm stupid, and Apple didn't blow this one. I'm really tired of scrolling through pages of emails to get back to the top of the inbox when I've been looking at old emails down below. (Yes, I know you can quit the account and re-enter, but, good grief... ) So, what's going on here? Bug or hidden feature? Thanks!