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Outlook Mailbox move

Posted on 2007-04-03
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Hi,

I have office 2003 in my outlook i have 6 pst files according to date (labeled) i want to move the latest to th top and the server mailbox to the bottom.Can we organise this movement.Please let me know how we can do this.

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Sharath
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Lee W, MVP earned 500 total points
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Right click on the folder list in the left pane and change the name - Consider using numbers or a date code (Year-Month-Day) to order them sequentially.
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I have named the folders as
Personal folder 2004
Personal folder 2005
Personal folder 2006
Personal folder 2007
Is there any other way to get Personal folder 2007 to the top most
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by:war1
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bsharath,

Looks like the folders are being order by lowest number on top.

Rename Personal Folder 2007 to Personal Folder 12007
Rename Personal Folder 2006 to Personal Folder 22007
Rename Personal Folder 2005 to Personal Folder 32005
Rename Personal Folder 2004 to Personal Folder 42204

Then 12007 will appear on top.
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