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I am gmail id using for microsoft outloox express 2003 in inbox and other five folders using.(laksh,maha,devi,selva,devan). the messasge are sending automattically for indox.no message are sending separte folder. laksh message sending to laskh folder,maha messasge sendig to maha folder. in the folders setting option sending their my gmail id :[email protected] plzz send me.

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In your gmail A/c click on setting then select option filter after that click on create filter add from field required email address, put email add in from field click on next step click check box skip inbox apply the label as laksh click check box on applythe no. of conversation below click on create filter.

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The link is given below :

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/321505/en-us

If you dont want to open the link :

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