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Another OLEXP Problem


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Xorgroth

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Ok, I've done this before but forgot how to do it. In OLEXP 6...only like OLEXP and Thunderbird and Thunderbird not taking the POP3 address. Anyway, how do you disable the local folders option and display the seperate emails in ALL different folders on a single user account. Since, I hate the option of all emails going into one folder when it checks the servers...

Thanks if you can solve my Q,
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In Outlook Express, you must use it's 'message rules' to send emails for different recipients to different folders. Create the folders first, giving them the same name as the recipient, then click on 'Tools'- 'Message Rules' - 'Mail'.
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Removed by sender - duplicate

Edited by pip22, 20 September 2005 - 02:03 AM.

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