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I have enjoyed your post that I just found on Outlook 2010 keyboard shortcuts. Do you know how to do the following? When I move a message to a folder using Ctrl+Shift+V, I want to be able to select a subfolder without clicking to open the main folder. I have looked around and have not found the answer.

asked Aug 28 '12 at 19:25

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Unfortunately I don't know a way to expand all the folders after hitting the keyboard shortuct Ctrl+Shift+V. What you could do however is setup a rule to just auto-move the emails to a folder based on keyword or sender or subject. A lot of options on the rules engine of Outlook....

Perhaps someone else can provide a better answer.

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answered Aug 28 '12 at 19:27

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