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#1 gvan

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Posted 28 October 2011 - 06:00 PM

I am trying to move email msgs from inbox to my local folders (long list) to read later.

Presently I am using both Firefox and Thunderbird, v7.01. I am using XP home version service pack 3, pentium 4 cpu 320, with 275Gig of ram on a sony desktop unit.

Previously I haven't had this problem moving them, but now, I am having some intermittent problems moving some emails to a file folder already established, as they revert back to the alphabetic beginning of the list, rather than starting at that point I just used, as it has been doing. I keep my receiving list alphabetically by sender.

Previously, and even now, on occasion the "move to" list continues alphabetically from the last moved file, thereby keeping the moving alphabetically, but now more frequently it returns to the beginning of the alphabetic list starting with the letter "a" and so if my previous message was moved to the list at "VOTING",my list reverts to "A" and I have to then move down accordingly to the correct position.

Because I have a large list of "from folders position" this makes going through the mail very time consuming. Is there a fix for this?

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