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Get rid of Favorites Folder from Navigation Pane.

Posted on 2004-10-09
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How do I get rid of the Favorites Folder from the Navigation Pane?  I woud like to only see the "All Mail Folders" in that area.

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R Bishow
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What version of OL ?
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Check this to seeif you can remove favorite folder if you are using OL 2003
http://www.madeira.org/today/Outlook2003.pdf
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Thanks.  That did it. I got it now.
Rick
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