Is anyone familiar with outlook 2013
Hi list members, I'm wanting to know if anyone is familiar with outlook
2013? The reason why I ask this question is because I want to create
folders for different messages to go to from different lists that I'm on.
I'd like to make sure that the different folders are all the same level as
my in box. I would appreciate any information that you might have
concerning my inquiry.
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Navigate to your mail folders column. There you can find your email folders. You will want to locate your inbox folder that is above your email then press the application key and select new folder.
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On Jul 30, 2015, at 10:51 PM, David Ingram via Jfw <email@example.com> wrote:
I use Outlook 2013 in my workplace. And while I certainly would not
call myself a power user, I have created several folders, and I make
it a point to move manually different kinds of messages into these
different folders after they have entered my inbox.
I go to the Create Folder wizard by pressing Alt, o, and n in
succession. . As soon as I have done this, I reach a dialog box
where I can name my folder. Then I can tab a couple of times to
arrive at the Tree View where I can choose the level in the folder
hierarchy where my new folder is to reside. In other words, just by
using my Arrow keys to manipulate this Tree View, I can choose whether
my new folder will be accessible directly from the root or whether it
will be a subfolder within my Inbox or within some other core folder.
From experience, I also know that if I goof up when placing a newlycreated folder, I can move it by manipulating the Folder ribbon as
well so it is fixed the way I want.
David, I know there is a chance you are asking something more complex:
such as, is there a way to make it so messages from different list
addresses go automatically into a prescribed folder other than the
I'm sure a way does exist to create a rule for this purpose, but I
don't know what it is. That would require input from a power user.