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    Macro to Go to Junk Email Folder

    Hi

    I wonder if anyone can help with this please. I'm using Outlook 2003 and would like to add another button to the main toolbar which enables me to go to (view) the Junk Email folder - just as if clicking on the folder name in the Folder List on the LHS. I already have a Go Inbox button (using the customise feature) which enables me to go straight to the Inbox and would like to be able to do the same with the Junk Email folder. I frequently need to switch between the two folders.

    Sadly the preset option does not exist so presumably I need a macro to do the job. Can anyone help with this please?

    Many thanks.

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    Why not just drag it up the Favorite Folders area on the navigation bar? HTH :cheers;
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    Thanks, that's certainly one option. However, I would prefer a button which I can place on the RHS - less far for the mouse to go every time.

    If only one could drag the folder shortcut on to the standard toolbar...

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    Last edited by Victor Delta; 2013-04-24 at 16:27.

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    Or, if that's really not possible, is there any way to customise the Navigation Pane options to include, say, the Junk Mail folder?

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    Victor,

    Just drag it up to the favorites. HTH
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    In case anyone else wants to do this, here's where I found the real solution.

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