New Folder in Incredimail

  bluto1 21:21 03 Nov 08

Hi, I've opened a new folder in I'mail, and it's sitting quite happily in the Folder section of I'mail's first page. I want to move it, and view it's contents, on my desktop.When I right clicked it there was no provision for a "Send to....." so if any kind person can solve this I'll be eternally greatful.

  Technotiger 21:23 03 Nov 08

The folders you create in Incredimail are not meant to be moved to the desktop, you simply open them in Incredimail to view their contents.

  Technotiger 21:44 03 Nov 08

PS - you can if you wish, move any of the contents of a folder, by the normal method of Copy/Paste, or in the case of Photos/pics in an email by right-clicking on the photo/pic and choosing to save in your My Pictures folder.

  bluto1 21:51 03 Nov 08

Thanks, I'd love to have taken them out of I'mail because there are over 200 items in the folder and I'mail might just take exception to that.

Copy/Paste is going to be as fast as drag and drop but If I do 10 a day I shouldn't suffer too much RSI.
Thanks for help Technotiger, I'll call this resolved.

  Technotiger 22:00 03 Nov 08

Don't worry, you should see the amount I have in my Incredimail - with Incredimail number of items is not an issue!

I have 73 sub-folders off my In-box, and every one of them is chock-a-block with emails, many of them including attachments, with as many as 100 photo's in some of them.

  Technotiger 22:04 03 Nov 08

BTW, in Incredimails' own folders - that is, the Style Box folders which you see when you click on New Mail, there is a limit of 300 items per folder.
If you reach that number, you get a warning about it, then all you need do is Create another folder and continue.

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