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13 Sep 2011  

Windows 7 Enterprise x64


Thank you! That certainly looks like what I want to do, however, my 'Account Settings' box doesn't have a change folder option like in the example. Is this because it is IMAP instead of POP3?

edit: I believe it was, I added a 'new' account which was in fact the same account, however this time I chose to manually configure settings and changed it from IMAP to POP3, this time it allowed me to click change folder which was previously not there at all to click on, thank you! Do you know if POP3 is any worse than IMAP, why would it default to IMAP when I set it up?
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