Working with message folders

Working with message folders in WorldPosta webmail

If you want to organize your messages, you can create, new folder, rename, move or delete an existing folder. Also, you can set up rules to move emails automatically into a specific folder.

Default folders

By default, your account starts with these folders:

Inbox: Incoming messages arrive in your inbox unless you’ve created an Inbox rule to redirect them to another folder, or they’re identified as junk email.

Junk Email: Messages that have junk email characteristics but that aren’t blocked by a spam filter before they reach your mailbox will automatically be moved to this folder.

Drafts: If you start writing a message but don’t finish, it will automatically be saved to your Drafts folder. You can come back to the message later to continue editing it, and then send it.

Sent Items: By default, a copy of every message you send is put in your Sent Items folder.

Deleted Items: When you delete a message, it’s moved to the Deleted Items folder.

Context menus for folders

When you right-click any folder, you will find most actions that you can do with folders in the Context menu.

Create new subfolder:  create a new subfolder in the folder you right-clicked.

Delete folder: Moves the folder and all its contents to Deleted Items.

Delete all: Moves all the items in the selected folder to Deleted Items.

Mark all as read: Marks as read all items in the selected folder.

Rename: Give the folder a different name. Default folders, such as the Inbox folder, can’t be renamed.