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    Default Move Server Side Folders to Local Folders

    I am running Zimbra Desktop 2.0.1 on Windows 7 Pro. I want to be able to move folders that I have created using the web versions and therefore are on the server. To be local folders now that I am using Desktop.
    How do I do this? I have tried drag and drop, and trying to create new folder names and that didn't work either.
    Help!

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    Hi,

    the option to move a server folder to a local folder is not allowed!

    You can create a local folder with the same name of the server folder.
    After this, open the server folder 'click to select all items', so drag and drop items on local folder.

    Could this solution solved your issue?

    Regards

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    Many thanks for this. It works!

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    Glad you have solved!

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