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    Senior Member Brak's Avatar
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    Due to various reasons... I have at least 3 emails I check regularly... is there any way to distribute the emails to separate folders instead of all of them just going to "inbox"? I get a lot of junk mail on one account, and it's my personal account so I really just don't care if there's any new messages in it... but the other accounts I do care and don't care to sort through the 30 or so junk mails I get a day in my private account (pisses me off... our school sold our email addresses... only explination).
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    For me, I have two accounts that I check and OE makes a "Local Folders" and one with the name of the other account. However, my main is a POP3 and the other is an IMAP, and IMAP has integrated folders which might make the difference.
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    I looked through just about every menu and dialog in OE and I found nothing that allows you to do this. I wish you could though, as I have 2 email addresses also and would like to keep them seperate. :-/
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    Outlook ( the one with office package) has a nice rules wizard, which does what you are wanting to do nicely.

    For OE, what you can try to do is to sort the emails using the "Account" column and move them manually. There might be some plug-in out there to do it but I'm not really sure.
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    In OE, you can go to the rules section and filter e-mails to certain folders based on numerous variables. I'd assume the main Outlook program can do this as well.
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    doh, didn't look at that. Yup main Outlook program has very similar rules based system.
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