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I'm using Thunfderbird for my email. How can I see my sent, deleted boxs? I just have one big inbox. Can I get the tree on the left like in MS exchange?
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by:The_Kirschi
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Yes. Do a right click on the default mailbox root and click on subscribe. You will see all folders of your Exchange mailbox. It's similar to this:

https://www.owlnet.rice.edu/FAQ/cache/552.html

I am not sure if this works if you use POP3 but I guess it should. I only use IMAP4 and it works very well.

Good luck!
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by:PSYCHOBETTY
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I went to the link you gave me and #1 says "Select your e-mail from the Folders list on the left side". The problem is I don't have folders on the left side. I just have one large box with colums, picture of paper clip, sender, date, order received. How can I see the inbox folder, the sent folder and the deleted folders.

PS  I have POP3 account if that matters.
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The_Kirschi earned 500 total points
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Ok, I understand. I had a look at Thunderbird but could not find a way to hide the folders. The only thing I can think about at the moment is that your folder has been hidden on the left. Move your mouse to the left of the screen and see if the cursor changes. Maybe there is a vertical bar you can click on and drag to get the folders showing. If you haven't tried that already. What version of Thunderbird do you have?
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by:PSYCHOBETTY
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Right on!!!  I put my cusor to the far left and got a double arrow, held down my mouse button and draged to the right and their it was. Thanks alot !!!!!
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