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Does anyone have a procedure for creating a sub-folder within a user's inbox on the server rather than using the mail client to do so? I can create the sub-folder on the server, however getting the Outlook client to recognize (or display) the folder doesn't work. Is there an index or some other file or property to change in order for Outlook to display the sub-folder on the client machine?
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You should avoid doing that. There are a number of files and sub-folders that make up a "folder" in the mail store, and there are entries made in indexes and maps in other locations. Each folder is also assigned a GUID. Without knowing how it's assigned, and what sequences are available, it would be difficult to do, and could lead to a lot of problems if you get it wrong.

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Thanks for the reply Scott. At this point I don't have a lot of options,so I'd like to automate as much of this process as possible. (moving and sorting email messages from a high volume shared account is not really an effective use of my time). Anyone who's ever had to manipulate volumes of mail through the Outlook interface will tell you it's not efficient. Once you start dealing with numbers in excess of 10,000 it becomes problematic. I've created my own solution to this "problem",essentially I'm "Auto Archiving" to a sub-folder (so the items can be accessed by multiple users,simultaneously). I'd just prefer to create the destination sub-folder on the server,but I can work around it. If someone knows of a solution I'd appreciate the help. Thanks.
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