Moving folders from one ID to another?

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Hi, I currently manage 2 notes ID's where one is eventually going to no longer exist. Unfortunately that is the one that I have all my emails organized and in folders within notes. Is there a way to bring over, copy, or move the folders I want and have it the same way and organized in the other notes ID?

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You have Exchange tags on this question, but you are saying you have two “notes” ID’s which usually means lotus notes, so which do you mean? If this is an exchange account you can open both on your folder list in Outlook and drag and drop from one to the other no problem.

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  • Ag3n7
    Thanks Technochic for your response. Sorry, I thought I tagged Lotus notes as the tag. Anyway..the question was for Lotus notes. Not Exchange. Can you help?
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