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Old 09-12-2004, 02:16 PM   #1 (permalink)
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At work, I have various folders setup for various projects. Important email I recieve or send I move to that projects folders.

Is it possible to move messages on my BB to a specific folder and when I get back to my desktop, it's been moved from inbox to the folder?

One thing I dislike is when I get back to my desktop, all my email I just read and responded to is still sitting in my inbox, marked unread! I have to then go back in and move those emails and mark them unread. Sort of adds double duty. Would keep my inbox nice and organized if I could move email on the BB. I can see all my folders on the BB so it should be possible, right? And can I get it so my desktop doesn't mark the email unread that I've read on my BB?
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Old 09-12-2004, 02:31 PM   #2 (permalink)
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On your BB in the messages folder you have the ability to file messages. Just open the menu and choose "File", this will show you your Outlook folders.
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I'm looking to see an e-mail client that has *real* folders like one's outlook , where you nagigate through them through the main screen..

anyone here remember sparrow? A great e-mail program.. with built in filtering rules and custom notifications.. extremely handy!
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