How do you create subfolders in mac mail


  1. Apple Mail, how do I add subfolders to "inbox"??
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Home Questions Tags Users Unanswered. I am using Mail. It isn't possible to add subfolders via a menu or to drag existing folders into the Archive. James Kachan James Kachan 2 This will create a new subfolder within the Archive!

Apple Mail, how do I add subfolders to "inbox"??

Anyone know any other way? Thanks for this trick. I guess the Mail. Harriska2 Harriska2 11 1. Sign up or log in Sign up using Google. Sign up using Facebook. Sign in. Browse Search. Ask a question.

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User profile for user: Tony S. Wu Tony S. Is it possible to create a subfolder under Inbox in Mail? More Less.

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macos - in OS X — IMAP and Archive Mailbox subfolder creation - Ask Different

Notebooks Speciality level out of ten: Wu I sure can't find a way. So, I'm stuck doing it through the webmail app for this account and having it appear in Mail. Reply Helpful Thread reply - more options Link to this Post. Klaus Blume Klaus Blume. Mac OS X Speciality level out of ten: Highlight the folder into which you wish to place the subfolder.

The new folder won't appear under Inbox. Ernie Stamper Ernie Stamper. Video Speciality level out of ten: I do not recommend this, but it can work.

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Cannot be done with the Inbox of a POP account. Question marked as Solved User profile for user: Btw, not every IMAP server will allow this.

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Computing Wizard Computing Wizard. Wu you can also create a rule to move new mail to a subfolder one thing though, this works better with gmail IMAP you need to create the folder first, then after that go to preferences, select the rules tab, click add rule settings are up to you and you should select to move the messages to your new folder.

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Three advisories for university situations appear to do so -- see: Desktops Speciality level out of ten: Sure it can be done. Is there some way of creating a subfolder at the top?

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