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Gmail in Outlook 2007 - inbox folder

Posted on 2016-08-11
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Hey Guys,

I have Outlook 2007 with GMAIL email setup as IMAP.

I received new email under [GMAIL] - ALL MAIL (which is like everything)

How do i set it up so that i just receive new emails in the "Inbox" folder.
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Go to IMAP account settings in your Outlook (File -> Account Settings...). In the list of accounts, open your IMAP account properties (just double-click it). Click "More Settings..." -> Advanced tab. Set "[Gmail]" (without quotes) as a "Root folder path".
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I dont want GMAIL i want the Inbox folder inside GMAIL
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Do what I said and you'll have Inbox in the root of your account instead of [Gmail].
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This solution works.
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