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Old 05-18-2021, 03:02 AM
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Could someone please help me with the following:
I access my emails, both hotmail and gmail, using the MS Office version of Outlook.
The hotmail account contains numerous folders for storing emails.
Recently, all the abovementioned folders in the hotmail account have somehow been replicated in the gmail account - without me actually copying them there.
Moreover, if I delete files from a folder under the gmail account, they also get deleted in the same folder in the hotmail account, and vice-versa.


Consequently, I am reluctant to delete any files or folders from either account, as I will end up losing the file/folder altogether.
I can send emails between both accounts without problems.
What's going on - and how do I stop files/folders being transferred between the two accounts?
Help appreciated.

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