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Hello All,

I have a issue - i have a set of same emails that I always want to go to a particular folder. So far I have failed doing so.

Please see the attached - whenever I click on "options" and click Go - this is what i see - nothing to set up filters...

Please help
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Question by:Rayne
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by:Dave Baldwin
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In the main window, click on the gear symbol in the upper right corner, select Settings and then Filters.  There you can create Filters (rules) to put emails in specific folders.
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by:Rayne
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Hello Alex,
as per the image attached and what i am seeing- i don't see the gear- do you see it?
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by:Rayne
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sorry, I mean Dave
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You will have to click on "Switch to the newest Yahoo Mail" to see the gear and access those options.  You are using the "Basic" format and it doesn't appear to be available there.
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by:Rayne
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Wow, Mr Yahoo, you are forcing users to adapt to your new settings  that looks not appealing - this should be the front of news headlines - yahoo is cheating

Anyways - thank you sire
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by:Dave Baldwin
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You're welcome, glad to help.  Yahoo thought you were going to make that change 6 months ago...
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by:Rayne
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hehehe, you are hilarious... threw me off my chair...laughing...you are right 110%
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by:Rayne
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Well, I asked this question two months ago :(
http://www.experts-exchange.com/Software/Internet_Email/Web_Browsers/Q_28271802.html

when i accidentally changed to yahoo "Mr new new" format....looks like EE always comes to my rescue when yahoo is cheating
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by:Dave Baldwin
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As you can see, "Everyone" thinks they have a better way.
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hehehe, yup
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