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Hide Journal, Junk-Email, drafts, folders in Outlook

Does anyone know if this is possible?
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SembeeCommented:
I don't think you can.

I wouldn't want to hide drafts as that is where Outlook stores messages that haven't been sent.

Simon.
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b8conAuthor Commented:
you mean it's not possible to hide/remove even the Journal?
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SembeeCommented:
I haven't seen any references to hiding the core folders within Outlook.
I did have a Google before I posted a response and nothing came back - there were a couple of newsgroup posts where a similar question was asked but no responses.

Simon.
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jaguarpriestCommented:
Here is a way to do it. This may sound strange, however, hiding them is not very common. You could create a personal folder with just one folder, "INBOX" and have all email delivery to this folder. Yes it is a PST and not on the exchange server, but you have now eliminated the other folders. What is the objective of hiding them anyway. just curious

Jaguar
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b8conAuthor Commented:
let me try that,

the objective is to unclutter the interface with unnecessary folders.
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b8conAuthor Commented:
i guess it'll work but,
everything except the calendars, how do i make it the primary, so that tasks will remind me when they are up? if i can make another calendar as my primary calendar then this is exactly what i need.

i was looking for a registry tweak, but this might have to do.
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jaguarpriestCommented:
Let me look a bit more into it. Best of luck

Jaguar
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