2007 Microsoft Outlook

Hi, I created several folders under my inbox in Microsoft Outlook and would like to create rules that would automatically put incoming mail in them but when I try to do that, they don't show up in the directory.  Only the default folders show up. See pic 1.  Is there a way to do that?
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Usman FaridService Desk AnalystCommented:
Have you tried clicking on arrow next to the inbox?
SeanSystem EngineerCommented:
Usman is correct you need to expand the inbox by clicking the little > next to inbox.
camtzAuthor Commented:
Pic 1 is what I see when I try to create a rule.  Pic 2 below is what the directory looks like on the left.  The two do not match.  When I try to create a rule, only the default follders show up.
Normal directory
SeanSystem EngineerCommented:
Yes that is because you have the folders expanded in picture two where in picture one you don't have them expanded. You need to (when creating the rule) click the arrow next to the inbox to expand the folders. I highlighted it in the picture below.

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camtzAuthor Commented:
Sean, Thank you so much.  That worked.
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