Try CTRL 6, which will show you only the "all folders" list! You can use the
CTRL "number" command to toggle between mail, calender, tasks, notes, etc.
You would think that with all the "improvements" Microsoft is making to these
> programs, that something simple like removing the Favorite Folders pane would
> be a piece of cake, but instead, they blithley say in the help section that
> you can't get rid of it. You can click on the folder view, but anytime you
> go to your calender and back to mail, the Favorites Folder is there again.
> It's a small thing, but it is endlessly annoying to me to have this
> cluttering up my view.
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