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Mozilla Thunderbird with Exchange/IMAP

Posted on 2004-09-29
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Im using Mozilla Thunderbird to connect to our Microsoft Exchange server.
Works great when using IMAP protocol.

Only issue is, that it only displays by root Inbox folder in exchange, and none of my sub-folders.

Is there a way, or can anyone figure out, how to get Thunderbird to sync with subfolders of the inbox?

Michael
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right click on the Inbox folder and choose "subscribe" menu.
New dialog window will open. Select your subfolder in the list and click button "subscribe".
Repeat that action for all folders which you want to see
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