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Posted on 2003-10-26
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Just installed 2003...In my "Mail" view is there a way to remove "all mail folders" option/menu
(right under "Favourite folders") ??It is just using necessary space...
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I am using outlook xp. Can you go to view and then click folder list


It will make disappear all mail folders on the left

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Nope. However, you can add all of your folders to your Favorite Folders LIst and that list will grow enough to get rid of the All Mail Folders (or at least shrink it a bit).
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by:planier
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That's ridiculous!  I *hate* that stupid "all folders" list in my mail view.  The reason I want to get rid of it is so that I only have the few items in my "favorite folders" visible.
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