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Windows 7: In WLM, my Imported Folders ended up under Deleted Items.


06 Mar 2013   #1

Windows 7 Professional 64 bit
 
 
In WLM, my Imported Folders ended up under Deleted Items.

I inadvertently did something that moved all of my Imported Folders under Deleted Items in Storage Folders. My screen on the left side now says:

>Storage Folders
Drafts
Sent items
>Deleted items
>Imported Folder
>Local Folders

Under Local Folders I have approximately 30 individual folders. My problem is, I periodically like to empty my Deleted items folder of stuff I want to get rid of. When I went in there recently to do that, there were a few emails in there. I right-clicked on "Deleted items" and then clicked on "Empty Deleted items Folder" and it started deleting all of the folders I had listed under Local Folders.

I would appreciate any assistance in finding out how I can get my Imported Folder/Local Folders out from under Deleted items.


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 In WLM, my Imported Folders ended up under Deleted Items.




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