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Adding public folder to Favourite Folders list

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I have a public folder called Sales Email which is mail enabled. I am using Outlook 2000 & 2003. I want to add the Sales Email folder to my Favourite Folders so that when an email lands in it, I can see that there is unread mail.

I find that I can add any of the folders in the My Mailbox container to eh Favourite Folders, but when I try the same with any of the public folders they do not appear.

Any Ideas?
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Solved it myself.

When you add a public folder to favourites, it actually appears in a new sub-folder of public folders called Favourites. You need to right click on this folder and add it to Favourite folders to get it to appear there.
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