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can I flag or highlight a very important e-mail

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can I flag or highlight a very important e-mail

I want to flag ,or mark  in  some way  very important e-mails  so that I follow up on these when I open up my  e-mails later  

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Re: can I flag or highlight a very important e-mail


billinind wrote:

I want to flag ,or mark  in  some way  very important e-mails  so that I follow up on these when I open up my  e-mails later  


Hello,

With comcast webmail I search around but I could not find that you can. With some email client

like outlook you can.

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Re: can I flag or highlight a very important e-mail

You could create a Folder and move important messages to that folderto save them long term.  Just make sure when creating the Folder, you place it BELOW all Comcast  Folders...Otherwise the  created Fooder would be subject to the Email  Deletion Schedule.in your Email Settings.

 

To create a new folder, look at the top left side of the inbox and click on add a folder.  Follow the steps in the new window that opens.

 

To see your email serrings:  Click on the Inbox, then click on Preferences.  Next click on the Email icon.  A window opens showing all email settings.  To check your Email Deletion Schedule, scroll down to tye Schedule, click on it to open it and review all current settings.

 

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