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Cannot copy/delete all the email

I m using microsoft outlook 2003 to receive my email, and i will receive a lot of email everyday, and at first i will receive into my inbox folder then from there i separete into my sub-folder, but when i need to copy more than 5 email into my sub-folder, i hightlighted the 5 and click copy but the cursor automatic click for me only 3 email copy, but if i have 10-20 email to copy how am i going to click 3 to 4 time instead of i only need to click 1 time to save my time.

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In Office Outlook 2003 there is a "Move to Folder" icon on the standard toolbar. It looks like a folder with people standing behind it. It should be the third icon from the left. If you highlight the emails you wish to copy or move, you can click this shortcut icon and move all of the emails highlighted in one step. Also, you can highlight your emails and right-click the mouse button, click on copy or cut and go to the folder of your choice, right-click on it and click paste.

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Hello
try to drag and drop the mails. hold in control button and mark then drag the mails.

or try to mark the mails and then right click on one mail and "move to folder."

any luck ?


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Here is the solution for you

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/885870

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http://support.microsoft.com/?kbid=284404

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1. How to stop receiving duplicate email messages

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