How to move personal folders below imap folder in the "folder list" navigation pane?

Posted on 2006-04-27
Last Modified: 2008-02-01
Right now in the "folder list" part of the navigation pane my personal folders are listed above my imap folder.  I would like for this to be the other way around but I don't see any way to achieve this.  Thanks for the help.
Question by:steelcase
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    Hi steelcase, sorry to say that this is alphabetical. Best bet is to rename the alias of the personal folder to something else

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