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    Put multiple e-mail addresses in one IMAP PST?

    Is there a way to do that? I want to have all my IMAP mail from two separate e-mail accounts come into one IMAP PST.

    Possible?

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    The only way that I can think of is to setup a rule to forward the email from one account to the other and then delete it from the originating account (using the same rule).

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    I figgered that would be the case Joe. Thanks.

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    Your IMAP folders mirror what is on the server. Keeping that principle in mind, all other answers become clear.

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    Sort of, but the having more than one e-mail address in a given PST wasn't clear before. Now I see that it cannot be done, because, if I AM understanding this, setting up an e-mail address automatically [in IMAP] set up a folder structure on the server. One doesn't have the choice of PSTs.

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    In Outlook, setting up an IMAP email account mirrors what already exists on the email server.

    When you setup the account on the server you get whatever the mail host supplies as a default set of folders. In most cases, you can then manage the folders through a browser interface.

    Joe

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