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CASPAR72: READ! How to create a Folder to store old email

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CASPAR72: READ! How to create a Folder to store old email

1-  Open the Inbox in Xfinity Connect

2- Click on the + sign to the right of the word Mailboxes

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3-You will see this window:

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4- Fill in a name for the Folder (EG:  SAVED EMAIL

5- Place the Folder BELOW all other Comcast Folders as shown above

6- Click on OK

7-  To move an email to the Saved Email Folder you have two choices:  Both choices will give you this window , click on the SAVED ENAIL in the list, then click on OK.

 

      a.  Highlight the email address and click on the icon MOVE on the toolbar

      b.  RIGHT CLICK on the email message, scroll down to the word MOVE and click there.

 

When done, if you now click on the SAVED EMAIL Folder on the left side, click it, and you will see the email messages you have saved.

 

SOME OF THE SCREEN SHOTS MAY NOT SHOW UP IN ORDER, JUST FOLLOW THE TEXT AND YOU WILL BE FINE.  YOU CAN PRINT OUT THIS ENTIRE POST BY CLICKING ON 'OPTIONS ON THR RIGHT SIDE OF THIS POST, THEN CLICK ON PRINT.

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