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Regardless of how immersed we are in the exciting and new ways of communicating, for most of us emails remain the primary method of dealing with work. While useful, one of the issues emails come with is having to go always go back to find a particular message, particularly if you have a years-long archive where you store thousands of entries.
MoFolders is an add-in for Microsoft Outlook that can learn how you organize your messages and offer suggestions for managing your emails, so you gain more time to deal with more stringent issues.
Considering that this is an add-in, it goes without saying that it borrows the looks and functionality of the Outlook version you have installed on your computer. You should know that you need to do a bit of configuration in order to reap the benefits of the utility. To put it simply, you should define the folder, path or shortcut of the directories you are commonly employing for organization purposes.
The utility is rather simplistic and it would have been useful if it came with some options that allowed you to set the criteria of moving messages into specific folders. As far as the configuration is concerned, you can specify the files and folders that the utility can account for.
It is worth mentioning that the add-in requires a period of adjustment, time during which it learns your organizing patterns. Them again, it is capable of recommending the appropriate directories to move your messages after this time.
Similarly to selecting the folders you want to store sent messages, you can also exclude directories from the list. You will be happy to learn that the utility can make switching between the Outlook folders considerably faster, as it allows you to use keyboard shortcuts.
In the eventuality that you are keeping your email client organized with folders and subfolders, but you would like to improve the accessibility for messages you store, then perhaps MoFolders Crack could lend you a hand.