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Move email between Inboxes within Office Outlook 2013

Posted on 2013-06-01
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I have two email accounts set up in Outlook 2013.

I would like to be able to MOVE rather than FORWARD emails from one of these accounts to the other account's Inbox, so I see the senders details rather than my own when it turns up in the target Inbox.

I have tried the MOVE and COPY option but get an error message saying 'you can not move/copy to this folder'.

I have tried doing the same to a new folder within the target account, again without success.

This is Office 2013 (365 Home Premium)

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Question by:gilbey666
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Is the other account in the same Windows User Profile (Account)?  If not, it may be getting hung up on permissions. You may have to move the emails files to a mutually available folder.

I move email between my Outlook 2013 system and my other Outlook 2010 system and that works just fine. I use folders where permissions do not get in the way.

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