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Create an email folder in Windows Mail + Delete a folder

As time passes, and you use Windows Mail as your default email program, messages will keep piling up in your inbox and your junk email folder. As you know by now, Windows Mail comes with six built-in folders: Inbox, Outbox, Sent Items, Deleted Items, Drafts, and Junk Email. Each of these email folders feels a specific purpose, and only the inbox, junk email folder, and the deleted items are folders where you can place emails. Fortunately, Windows Mail lets you create your own folders to store and file emails. In this tutorial, we will explain how to create email folders in Windows Mail, and how to delete a folder in Windows Mail.

Make an email folder in Windows Mail

Follow these simple steps to create email folders in Windows Mail:

This is all it takes to create an email folder in Windows Mail / move emails in these folders.

Delete a folder in Windows Mail

You can just as easily delete email folders from Windows Mail:

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