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    Anonymous commented  · 

    Currently, when you right-click on an email in you Inbox and select MOVE you get a list of the last 10 folders that you've accessed in Outlook. The problem is that the list only shows you the name of the folder that you can "move" the email to. If I have 20 project folders names Project1, Project2, Project3, ... and the same subfolders in each of the project folders (i.e. "Meeting Minutes", "Status", "Financials", etc.), I don't know which project's "Meeting Minutes" I'm moving the email to. Please change it so that when I right-click on an email in my Inbox and select MOVE, I see more of the folder structure of the folders I can move it to (i.e. Project1 /Meeting Minutes)

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