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How to add more folders shown under "Move" icon in Home page Outlook 2010

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Dear expert,

When I press on the "Move" Icon in the "home" page of Outlook 2010, I would like it to show "more" recent folders then it currently does.

Is this possible and what is the max?

Br,
JP
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For native Outlook, I think the number of recent folders is limited. More folders is handled by the More Icon below the folders (which I am sure you know). But this list is limited by the Outlook program itself.
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Unfortunately it's not possible to increase the size of this list, which is set to show the 10 most recently used folders in Outlook 2010.

If you move an email to a folder that isn't already on the list it will drop off the last entry in the list then put the new folder up the top. Lots of people have asked how to increase the size of this list (this same question has even been asked on EE a few times in the past) and the only answer I have found is a resounding "it's not possible".
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Thank you.
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@easycapital  - You are very welcome and I was happy to help.
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