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How Configure Folders for context "Empty Folder contents" on right click, a la "Junk Email"?

 
 
limekiln
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      18th Jun 2005
Outlook 2003
Is it possible someway to configure folders created within Outlook so
that a right click will include the option "Empty 'foldername'?

thanks
 
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Milly Staples [MVP - Outlook]
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      18th Jun 2005
Except for the Deleted Items folder, no.

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| Outlook 2003
| Is it possible someway to configure folders created within Outlook so
| that a right click will include the option "Empty 'foldername'?
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| thanks


 
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