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"MOVE TO" NOT WORKING


erinjoy

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I AM UNABLE TO MOVE MY E-MAILS TO MY SPECIFIC FOLDERS. WHEN I CLICK ON THE "MOVE TO" BUTTON, IT IS ALL DARK GREY AND I AM UNABLE TO CLICK ON THEM. RIGHT CLICK ALSO DOES NOT ALLOW ME TO MOVE MY SENT E-MAILS. I HAVE MANY FOLDERS CREATED TO ORGANIZE MY E-MAILS AND NOW I CANNOT M0VE ANY. help

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gengiscant

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Turn off caps lock as it is considered shouting.

It always helps if you try to give a much info as you can, as guessing is time consuming.

Which email program are you using? what operating system are you using?

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gengiscant

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Sorry your post is in Windows 7 forum so that answers my second question.

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erinjoy

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Sorry about the caps. It is just in my hotmail,but I really need to keep my folders separate.

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gengiscant

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Can you open the folders in Hotmail?

Unfortunately I do not use Hotmail so am winging it here.

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erinjoy

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Yes, I can open all of the folders

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gengiscant

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Try posting here.Hotmail problems Or here Hotmail forum more chance of the specific help you need.Sorry I can't be of more help.

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