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Rename the Clutter folder in Office365

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A client have in some strange way managed to rename the Clutter folder (and to some very long). I'm trying to help the client to rename it back to just "clutter" but how can I rename this folder? When I'm logged on the webmail, and I right click the folder, the choice of "rename" is grayed out. And so is the "delete" option. I would prefer to delete the folder, but if I atleast can rename it I will be happy.
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Question by:Tomas Bjerved
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Raheman M. Abdul earned 2000 total points
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Use outlook client:
outlook.exe /resetfoldernames
or
outlook.exe /resetfolders
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In case he has played with the regional settings for his mailbox, also try:

Set-MailboxRegionalConfiguration user@domain.com -LocalizeDefaultFolderName -Language en-US
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used the outlook.exe /resetfoldernames. Seemed to clean up the Outlook.
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