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Old 11-06-2006, 03:51 PM   #1 (permalink)
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How do you create persistent customer searches. I wanted to seperate all my inboxes but I've been told that my bes email can't be put as a seperate email Icon. I get a lot of text so my messages folder has way to much stuff to go through. I want to organize it better by seperating txt and emails. Some one told me I have to create apersistent custom search is the only way to do it.
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Go to Messages and in the menu select "Search".

Once there, you can create a new search or press the menu and select "Recall" to edit an existing search. In each search, set up a short-cut key (alt-[key]).

Now, when you're in messages you can activate a search by pressing the shortcut key.

I have alt-M for work email (my firm's name begins with M), alt-G for gmail, alt-S for SMS, and alt-P for phone log.
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You just asked that and have been answered in your original thread ...
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Indeed. No need to double post.

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