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Resorted  Two Email Accounts In Outlook 2013

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OK, I just learned how to sort two different accounts in Outlook 2013, I moved the Pop account to the bottom and then the imap to the top. What happens now when you open Outlook it highlights the Pop account on the bottom ie it shows the email in the pop account first in the reading pane.The reason I sorted them was to show the imap account first in the reading pane...can this  be corrected?
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The default account will be listed first in the list of inbox's.. you can set the default folder when you open outlook (file/ options /advanced) Select the opening fodler.  Personally I use favorites a lot.
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Thank-you
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