Can I save the same email in more than one email folder like you can in Gmail?

Unfortunately, this is not possible. This is a limitation with Office 365 but there are some work arounds. You could make a copy of the email and move the copy to the desired folder; however, this could lead to version issues.

To copy multiple messages, do the following first:

  • To select adjacent messages, click the first message, and then hold down SHIFT and click the last message. All messages in the list between the first and last message you clicked are selected.

  • To select nonadjacent messages, click the first message, and then hold down CTRL and click additional items.

Copy using drag and drop

  1. Select the item you want to move.

  2. Drag to the destination folder, and then release the mouse button.

    NOTE:  If the folder you want to copy the message to does not appear because it is in a collapsed folder, hover the mouse pointer over the collapsed folder icon and the subfolders will appear. Repeat this as necessary until the folder you want appears.

 

Copy using the Edit menu

  1. Select the item you want to move.

  2. On the Edit menu, click Copy to Folder.

  3. In the Copy Items dialog box, click the folder where you want a copy of the message saved, and then click OK.

    NOTE: If you want to create a new folder, in the Copy Items dialog box click New.

 

Copy using the clipboard

  1. Select the item you want to move.

  2. On the Edit menu, click Copy.

    Keyboard shortcut  To copy an item, press CTRL+C.

  3. Navigate to the folder where you want to save the copy, and then on the Edit menu, click Paste.

    Keyboard shortcut  To paste an item, press CTRL+V.

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