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You go into your email account. You will see system folders like Inbox, Junk or Spam, Delete, Trash, etc. In that column there should be a New Folder or Add Folder option? Simply use that function to create new email folders with the names you choose. Cannot be system folder names! Then when you get emails or create emails, you can catoregize them into those folders by name, topic, etc.
You have several email address for corresponding with different recipieints such as friends and family.Things get annoying when all message end up in the same mailbox.creating individual folder for specific recipients makes navigation and archiving easy
you can instruct outlook to store the mails in different pst files depending on the sender's address .This also simplifies archiving different emails.start outlook and go to "tools">account settings .In the list of created account,select email address that will be need to be stored in the new PST files .click on "change folder". in the dialog that appears ,you can either select existing folder or create "outlook data files " and link it to the account .if you create a new pst files, select the storage type and click "ok" in dialog box that appears. In the "create an open outlook data file" window,define the storage location for the new data file with your desire"file name".Enter the name that the outlook should use in a navigation list under "name ' in the "create a personal folder diaog".if you want you can even password protect file .close all open dialog by either clicking on "ok" or close .repeate this steps if you want to link other account to other pst files .
It is by creating new folder in your email client as the way you do on any email client and then place all your emails into that or the other folder any way you like. I can help you if you send me a line at [email protected] or call me with a message at 8473806394 with your phone number.
I'm having the same problem - I've added an account using the app (not gmail.. it's actually hotmail as one can add any email account) and when I saved the message I now see there is no draft folder to access that I can see.I also went to hotmail's web email and can't find the saved email there either. I've searched the entire tablet but cant find where it might have been saved to.
The key to managing email using Microsoft Outlook is learning how to create email categories and prioritize your emails -- think of it as pruning and weeding your email garden -- so you can benefit from the flourish of information you have available.
Once the Sent and Received emails are categorized, it is easier to see where "email growth" is coming from and decide where to prune and create new branches.
For example, advertising emails may be worth reviewing when they first arrive, but they soon go stale and can be removed. Bank notices and receipts you may want to hold on to longer.
For the folders you create for Sent mail, you will want to adjust the view (right click on the display/sort bar of the folder, Customize Current View, Fields...) to remove the From and Received and add the To and Sent field.
You may also want to add other useful fields to your folder's view. Size allows you to see and sort by the size of the message. You may decide to unburden your email folders of larger emails and manage them outside of email (i.e., save important attachments or save an entire email to location outside of Outlook).
Consider changing the properties of folders to show the Total Number of Items rather than the Total Number of Unread Items, particularly, if you are already getting alerts for important new messages being received.