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Can I make folders in my iPad3's Mail


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if I have a POP server for incoming mail? If not, is there a work-around, or can you suggest an email client more compatible with the iPad 3's Mail...? I want to keep some of the incoming emails, but not in the general Inbox list.

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To create mail folders, you will have to use IMAP. You cannot and do not really create the folders on the iPad itself, but when you create them on the server, they are mirrored on the iPad automatically..

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Thanks. I was pretty sure this was the case, but I'm hoping to find another way and avoid finding a new email provider and email addresses.
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