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    SitePoint Guru CJ's Avatar
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    OK... I'm going to use Outlook2000 now... but there's something bothering me....

    How can I put a folder named 'ZZZ' (for example) at the top on the folder list? In other words how can I organize the folder list?

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    You can't organize folders in the folder list but you can create multiple Outlook Bars. On the left where it has the sliding bars of "Outlook", "Mail", and I think one other to start with, Right-click and choose "Create New Group".

    When you create new folders it will ask if you want to place a shortcut on the currently Open Outlook bar. Click Yes. You can then drag and drop these shortcuts in any way you wish. If you get too many shortcuts to fit it will scroll using little errors in the right-hand corners or you can right-click and switch to "Small Icon View".

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    _ZZZ works if you don't mind the underscore.
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    Outlook 5 had the same problem
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    Actually, no.

    It's a problem in Outlook Express, but an inconvienence in Outlook 2000. You can work around the inconvienence in Outlook 2k, but (as far as I know) you can't in Outlook Express.

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    Originally posted by necrominator
    Outlook 5 had the same problem
    There never was a version of Outlook called Outlook 5. The first version of Outlook was called Outlook 97 and it replaced the Schedule+ program that existed in Office 4.2 and Office 95.

    I think you have it confused with Outlook Express which is a simple mail and newsreader that ships with Internet Explorer.
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    Originally posted by abahta
    Actually, no.

    It's a problem in Outlook Express, but an inconvienence in Outlook 2000. You can work around the inconvienence in Outlook 2k, but (as far as I know) you can't in Outlook Express.
    How is it possible?? Or is it what wluke said?

    Christophe

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    Originally posted by freesources
    Originally posted by abahta
    Actually, no.

    It's a problem in Outlook Express, but an inconvienence in Outlook 2000. You can work around the inconvienence in Outlook 2k, but (as far as I know) you can't in Outlook Express.
    How is it possible?? Or is it what wluke said?

    Christophe
    Outlook Express 4.0+ doesn't let you arrange folders, but Outlook 2000 does. Neocrominator must have called Outlook Express 5 "Outlook 5".

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    BUT HOW?!?!?!?!?!

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    Are you talking about the folder list or the outlook bar? In the Outlook bar, click and hold the folder that you want to move and move it! In the folder list, you can't narrange them.

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