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Identifing system Folders/files

Many thanks to you both for quick and to the point answers.

I might need help with:

""Then proceed to your folder tree view, right click to that folder name, click "Folder Information"  ""

I'll let you know.

I have down loaded the latest IER version.

Dennis

 

<p>Many thanks to you both for quick and to the point answers. </p><p>I might need help with:</p><p>""Then proceed to your folder tree view, right click to that folder name, click "Folder Information"  ""</p><p>I'll let you know.</p><p>I have down loaded the latest IER version. </p><p>Dennis </p><p> </p>

I need to locate the following Folders/files:

New Mail

Copy Self

Deleted messages

 

I have looked at the Guide to Pegasus File Names dated August 8, 2016, but can't spot them.

Many Thanks,

 Dennis Lytle

Dennis Lytle

<p>I need to locate the following Folders/files:</p><p>New Mail</p><p>Copy Self</p><p>Deleted messages</p><p> </p><p>I have looked at the Guide to Pegasus File Names dated August 8, 2016, but can't spot them. </p><p>Many Thanks,</p><p> Dennis Lytle </p><p>Dennis Lytle </p>

Dennis,

New mails don't have an own folder but will be dropped into your standard mailbox location as single cnm files.

Copy to Self: Check in your settings the name of your copy-to-self folder. Then proceed to your folder tree view, right click to that folder name, click "Folder Information". The popup window will show you the name and location of this folder-file

Same with Deleted Messages.

<p>Dennis,</p><p>New mails don't have an own folder but will be dropped into your standard mailbox location as single cnm files.</p><p>Copy to Self: Check in your settings the name of your copy-to-self folder. Then proceed to your folder tree view, right click to that folder name, click "Folder Information". The popup window will show you the name and location of this folder-file</p><p>Same with Deleted Messages. </p>

[quote user="Joerg"]Then proceed to your folder tree view, right click to that folder name, click "Folder Information". The popup window will show you the name and location of this folder-file[/quote]

This may not work if in preview mode with an HTML message open and an old IER version installed! The most recent IER version fixes it, though!

<p>[quote user="Joerg"]Then proceed to your folder tree view, right click to that folder name, click "Folder Information". The popup window will show you the name and location of this folder-file[/quote]</p><p>This may not work if in preview mode with an HTML message open and an old IER version installed! The <a mce_href="/files/folders/community_add-ons_for_pegasus_mail/entry24145.aspx" target="_blank" href="/files/folders/community_add-ons_for_pegasus_mail/entry24145.aspx">most recent IER version</a> fixes it, though! </p>

			Michael

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