You can only close a personal folder within Outlook. Just right click on the folder and choose to close. You would have to follow the path to where it is located on the hard drive to actually delete it from the computer. Usually they are located under your profile (the name you log onto your computer with) then click Local Settings, click Application Data, click Microsoft, and click Outlook. If you don't see Local Settings folder then go to Tools on the Menu, click folder options, click the View tab, click show all hidden files and folders.
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If you are often facing the problem of slowness in Outlook or Outlook Express then the total mails may be on the higher side or the mail file size would have been increased. If that is the case please follow the following steps. 1. If the mails have exceeded more than 1500 mails then create sub-folders in inbox and move the mails into that folder (Note: Classify the folders according to the company or persons or type of transaction or Month wise and move the mails into that particular folder accordingly) 2. Delete unnecessary mails or outdated mails by frequently checking it. Even remove it from the "Deleted Mails" folder. 3. Before continuing the following steps try to backup or export mails and keep a copy of your mails. 4. Compact the folders, so that the space occupied by the email file size gets reduced (Note: Even after deleting the emails, the file size remains the same, only after compacting the deleted space will get cleared at the time of compact and the file size gets reduced.)
(Note: Before doing the above steps be careful of taking the Backup on another drive)
Hi Tom, to send the contents of a CD in e-mail, you will need a CD burner and a software for it like Nero and copy the contents of it.
To send a folder, you will need a program called WinRAR which can be downloaded here:
but before you could download the WinRAR, you will need utorrent. Utorrent can be downloaded here:
after downloading WinRAR, right click the folder you wish to send and find "Add to Archive" selection and click on it. After it is done creating the archive, you can then attach it (the archive) to your e-mail.
*Note: The person whom you are sending the e-mail to also needs WinRAR.
I see the What's New section advertising that feature. It says to look above your personal folders in Mail Classic and you'll see the chat module. I think they must've made a typo, because I only get the chat module above my personal folders in "New" Yahoo Mail (see screenshot). Do you actually have the chat features above your personal folders in Mail Classic?
1 sorry I don't understand first question. if you detail I'll probably be able to help you/ 2. If Mail server is POP you can create a new profile for Outlook in Control panel. Remove old profile and do not import nothing into new profile
I don't know if it is resolved yet. I did have over 450 emails in my "delete" folder and so have deleted them and hopefully that will solve the problem. I guess I will have to wait to see if Bigpond contacts me again.
Highlight the Junk E-Mail folder in your Personal Folders; right click
and select "Remove from Favorite Folders". You've undoubtedly
accidentally selected "Add to Favorite Folders" when highlighting Junk
E-Mail. They should no longer appear in your Favorites Folder.