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Question regarding AOL mail on iPhone

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I've always wondered why AOL mail appears this way both on a laptop, AND on the I figured I'd ask. Is there a way you can alter the appearance of your SENT MAIL folder to show the recipient you emailed as the header? Currently, whenever I open my SENT MAIL folder, all emails I've SENT appear as MY EMAIL in the header as opposed to the person I SENT it to. Is there a way to change this in VIEW or APPEARANCE?

I hate opening up the sent folder on my email and not knowing who each email went to without opening it up to see the contents. Obviously I KNOW I sent it. It's in MY sent folder.

Any help?
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