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Outlook 2010 for MAC


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I have installed Microsoft office 2010 for MAC onto the mac desktop. Computer is new as is the software. In Outlook I have 5 email addresses that are in use. Problem is that they do not have their own folders in the left column which has the diary, contacts and tasks at the bottom and an Inbox at the top. So emails that come in for all 5 accounts are shown in the one inbox. Using the same program on my PC there are folders for each email address each with its own, inbox, sent, junk and trash.

How can I get the mac version show the individual account folders?

Barry
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