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    Hi All
    Since the last big update I have lost part of the MS email.I usd to have a row of folders down th lft hand side to whicI could move an email to a persons name.Using "Moveto". Its gone how can I reinstal it.

    With plain old Outlook I never had this ability, is it possible? Thaks. PJ
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    I am presuming you are talking about MS Office Outlook Client software.
    There are different ways to get those folders back, they are still actually there but the folder pane is minimised.
    You can click on the little right arrow at the top where the folders were. or it may pay in your case to click on the View Tab at the top of MS Outlook then click on the Folder Pane down arrow and select "Normal"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jedsdad View Post
    I am presuming you are talking about MS Office Outlook Client software.
    There are different ways to get those folders back, they are still actually there but the folder pane is minimised.
    You can click on the little right arrow at the top where the folders were. or it may pay in your case to click on the View Tab at the top of MS Outlook then click on the Folder Pane down arrow and select "Normal"
    OK so I chaned the view pane & can get narrow & wide view for the left hand column. Now I need to put extra folders in to place individual folders
    for Jack, Jill, Bill, Ben so that I cansave emails to a folder by using "Move: method. How do I do that please? PJ
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    You actually create a subfolder off the main folder as follows:
    Right Click on the Folder, say the "Inbox" folder.
    Select "New Folder" in Drop Down list.
    Name the Folder.
    Repeat all of the above for all names.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jedsdad View Post
    You actually create a subfolder off the main folder as follows:
    Right Click on the Folder, say the "Inbox" folder.
    Select "New Folder" in Drop Down list.
    Name the Folder.
    Repeat all of the above for all names.
    Done Thankyou PJ
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