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Outlook 2003 presonal folder dobul

I want to remove one perosanal folder My outlok tow mail download and to personal folder how to solved problem

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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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