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post #1 of 6
Thread Starter 
Why hello there,

I would like to think that I am fairly good with understanding how to use most apps without an instruction manual, especially in Mac OS X.

However, it seems that I am having difficulty in simply creating a smart folder as a subfolder (i.e. not the same branch as Inbox and Sent Items).

I have a feeling, in fact, that it is not possible after various attempts to drag, but I thought I should check on here.

Regards,
Nius.
post #2 of 6
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Originally posted by Nius
Why hello there,

I would like to think that I am fairly good with understanding how to use most apps without an instruction manual, especially in Mac OS X.

However, it seems that I am having difficulty in simply creating a smart folder as a subfolder (i.e. not the same branch as Inbox and Sent Items).

I have a feeling, in fact, that it is not possible after various attempts to drag, but I thought I should check on here.

Regards,
Nius.

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post #3 of 6
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Originally posted by Nius
However, it seems that I am having difficulty in simply creating a smart folder as a subfolder (i.e. not the same branch as Inbox and Sent Items).

I have a feeling, in fact, that it is not possible

I believe that is correct.
post #4 of 6
Thread Starter 
Thanks to both of you. It seems that it is not possible.
post #5 of 6
I think there is speculation that Leopard will allow for smart folders within smart folders in Spotlight.

Maybe this would then apply to Mail.
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post #6 of 6
If you look in the Mailbox menu, there is an item called "New Smart Mailbox Folder...". It allows you to create a folder that contains Smart Mailboxes.
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