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My OS is win 10 pro 64 bit and I use Outlook the OWA version.  At times I get interesting emails which I would like to  file for future reading, or maybe like into an E book because some of them are like a continuous story.  I have tried filing them into folders, but the downside is that my application grows too big in time to come and also not that convenient to dig into the folders one by one.   I wonder what our other Experts or frequent users of the email how they handle this, so that I can evaluate to see if it will work for me.  thank u.
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I am using Edge now instead of IE.

The only tool I see in Edge for this is Reading List. You might experiment with this.

For what you do, I use Office 2016 (Outlook) and file in folders that makes my lookups easy. Additionally, Outlook takes advantage of Windows Indexing and Search.

I do not see Edge (or other browser) as having the comprehensive need you have.
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in response to John, how do u use the Readling List in Edge.  Can u pse show me the steps. Thank u.
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Click on the Star (top right) which is Favourites and Reading List.  Click on the Star and see 2 selections: 1. Favourites; 2. Reading List. Click on Reading list and follow the icons.
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thank u for your solutions, they work.
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Thanks for following up and I am always happy to help you.
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