On the left side of the interface ( navigation pane ) is a list of folders for storage of e-mail correspondence . By default, the program offers a pretty big list , but if you want you can change it. To add a new folder, click the main menu File > New > Folder ( this command is also pressing the key combination Ctrl + Shift + E) — as a result of a window appears , as shown in Fig. 5.17 . Fig . 5.17 . Adding a folder for emails In this window, in the name of the folder you need the keyboard to enter a name of a folder. It is recommended to assign the folder a name to it briefly characterized the contents of the folder — for example, official correspondence , personal letters , Time , etc. Thereafter, in the contents of the folder you need from the drop down list select the type of e-mail items . The fact is that in Microsoft Outlook , you can create folders to store data of different types ( for notes to contacts, etc. ) , so in this field must be clearly stated that the folder is created specifically for electronic correspondence . Then in the list below click the folder to which submission must be created folder . If you want it to be on the same level as the proposed default folder — click to highlight the top hierarchy level ( in Fig. 5.17 he called Personal Folders ) . To check availability on the new mail server and get them on your computer, press the F9 key or execute the main Tools menu > Send / Receive > Send and Receive . If in the toolbar click Send and receive , it will be executed simultaneously send all prepared but not sent letters and receive mail from the mail server . NOTE By default prepared unsent letters stored in the Drafts folder. But in the program settings , you can select another folder (most users prefer to use for this Outbox ) . From this folder and will be sent to all previously unsent letters by pressing the Send and Receive or when activating this command on the Tools menu > Send / Receive > Send all , as well as other methods of shipping.