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    Question Moving emails to folders on Playbook

    What I am missing is the same functionality the BB Torch has when filing away email msg to the folders by simply selecting the BB button, select file and it remembers where you filed a similar msg last time. I have a lot of email folders and if I want to file away email msg on theplaybook and tab on "move to folde"r, it does bring the list of folders but you need to scroll through the many folders, each and every time, to find the "one folder" which is a bit cumbersome with +200 folders. Any advise how to get the same functionality as on the handheld and/or is there a BB10 upgrade possibly?
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    Default Re: Moving emails to folders on Playbook

    Now that IMAP is working properly and I don't have to refresh folders, in the folder list I'd like to just see the ones with unread emails so that I don't have to scroll down to folders. I know I can see all mail, but I sometimes want to see ones in a category/folder.

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