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Why I cannot move selected emails to the folder?

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I select some emails which I want and drag it to the folder which I have created. But when the email reach the folder, it display an error message ->
To move a response document to a folder that shows response hierarchy you need to move the topmost parent of the response.

What's wrong here?
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The folder that you want to move the document to probably acts like a "hierarchical view": response doc's are displayed under their parents. If the parent is not available in the folder, the response document will not be displayed.

Can you reset the folder's property "show response documents in hierarchy"?
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