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Okay so I started to use the Mail instead of keep on opening up AOL mail now how can i have it so after i read a piece of mail it goes into a new folder of old mail and have on folder for all my new incoming mail?
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Okay so I started to use the Mail instead of keep on opening up AOL mail now how can i have it so after i read a piece of mail it goes into a new folder of old mail and have on folder for all my new incoming mail?
I am not sure if I understand what you are asking but I would imagine you would just make a folder called "old mail" or whatever name you desire. When you finish reading it, you right click it, and move it to that folder. Or, switch over to Opera - when you click it read it automatically moves to your main folder leaving only unread messages in the box you are currently in.
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You can use rules or smart mailboxes to move unread/read mail into separate boxes/folders

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