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I am wondering if there any way to link two separates email traffic such as
The 1st traffic my correspondence with my Customer
The 2nd traffic my correspondence with my Vendor
I don’t want any of them to see my correspondence to the other side, but when I check for update outlook show both traffic at once on my outlook only
I know there is a manual way of open a folder for that, but what I am asking about is a quick tool or command to do that

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Try creating folders & Assign rules to route your emails to that folder.
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