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Hello all,


Reformatted my computer this evening, and when I was setting up mail on Outlook 2010 it created a set of two inboxes.

How do i merge both into one? I cannot close the empty one (selected) and it doesn't contain any files except sent items (the other "aleksteeATonline.no" can take inbound emails)

I tried recreating my account, deleting PST files, but I still get two copies. Both "inboxes" seem to be in the same PST.

Any help appeciated.

Thanks.

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I assume it's an IMAP account? If so, you can't close that second set of folders, as far as I know anyway. MS seems to support IMAP only grudgingly (it's slow as a no-fiber crap in Outlook, too) so you're going to either have to live with it, change clients, or use POP.
    
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