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Clear the clutter from my main e-mail account and keep it relatively clutter-free. (read all 17 entries…)
Three more folders are gone...

And all the messages in them. I also pared down all unread e-mail messages in my inbox. I’m starting to wonder if I should just do away with all the folder and just keep everything in my inbox. I don’t know that seems like the easy way out of this goal to me. But, with G-mail’s wonderful search system, I can usually find what I need within two searches. Does anyone have an opinion?


AnnieDee is an Extroverted Tree Hugging Money Manager

The Inbox

I’d keep the Inbox for new “unprocessed” messages. After they have been read, all messages fall into one of 3 categories: trash, action needed, or reference. I’d move the items needing action and those to keep for reference to a separate folders.

I like that approach...

I just may implement it. :) Thanks for sharing!

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