There is a way you might be able to store your messages on your other drive and keep them in
chronological order. This method works for Outlook Express, it might work for Outlook. You can do a test with one folder to see what the order is.
On your other drive, create a new folder-name it Mail or whatever you like.
Open up the folder, create subfolders using the names of the ones you have in your mail.
Reduce the size of the page, so that you can still see it.
Open Outlook, open up one of your folders. Reduce the size of that one so that the mail folder and Outlook are side by side. Using ctrl A, highlight all the messages in the folder. Drag them to the newly created one.
Repeat the process for each folder. This will not delete them from your email, you will have to do that
I re-read your post, and noticed something so I'll add to what I said above. If you want to store your mail in already created folders, open a folder, resize, and use the above method to copy the mail to the folder. Or you could create a sub-folder in the existing ones, and move the mail related to the documents to the sub-folder.
Edited by Queen-Evie, 17 December 2007 - 11:00 PM.