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Is there a way to delete or remove or even just move the Archive folder and the VIP's folder. I need the space to see all my mailboxes that I actively use. Just being able to move the darn things would be okay but I'll take a complete delete too.

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191 views and not a single suggestion on how to get rid of a mailbox(VIP's) or a folder(Archive) that I don't want or use and never asked for. Not even a way to move them out of the way? REALLY! Come on, give me a break.
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I have never tried to delete the Archive one as it seems to be part of Mail but will see what I can find and get back to you.

What is this VIP folder? Never seen that before.
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Read this whole thread. People are saying do NOT delete the Archive folder as it will cause other issues.

https://discussions.apple.com/thread/4165476

That was what I figured but searched to be sure.
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This should help you on the VIP folder. I had never used it.

Apple Mail's New VIP Feature -
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I have never tried to delete the Archive one as it seems to be part of Mail but will see what I can find and get back to you.

What is this VIP folder? Never seen that before.
I have no idea what the VIP's maibox, not folder is. It just popped up. I'm thinking I may have "something" "somewhere" that never used it before upgrading to this OS version. But what triggered it or how to get rid of it I don't know.
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Read this whole thread. People are saying do NOT delete the Archive folder as it will cause other issues.

https://discussions.apple.com/thread/4165476

That was what I figured but searched to be sure.
Then how do I move it to an area out of my way. I need all the viewable first page space I can get.
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