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Want to move and not copy mails in public storage

Posted on 2008-10-03
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I would like to move a mail from a exchange public folder to another by drag'n'drop. However it does place a copy of the mail to the destination folder and the mail in the source location remains there. Is it possible that the mail is moved and not copied to the target location with the drag'n'drop?
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mikainz earned 250 total points
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You do this within Outlook, right.
So just press and hold down the SHIFT-Key during drag'n'drop.
HTH
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Perfect. Thanks a lot.
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