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Adding new mailboxes

Discussion in 'iPad 3 Forum' started by Tin can, Apr 5, 2013.

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    Hi all I wonder if someone could help. I am wanting to add a new or maybe a couple of new mail boxes to the mailboxes
    Already present in my iPad mail. I.e. I have inbox, VIP, sent, drafts and trash but I would like to add more so that I can
    Add received mail to certain other boxes. I would appreciate any help given thanks
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    I have a mix of POP and non-POP accounts. I just move the POP emails that I want in folders into the non-POP accounts' folders. Works fine.
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    An excellent idea. Should work with either an iCloud, Yahoo, or GMail account. All free. GMail is probably the most flexible choice. iCloud gives you a few (minor) extras that you can't get with other account types.
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    Thank you kaykaykay and twerppoet I will give it a try

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