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Can one create Subfolders with AOL ? I.e. after ...

Can one create Subfolders with AOL ? I.e. after having created under My Folders a "New Folder" can you organize your content by creating Subfolders ?

 

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My Folders : This folder is a special folder that allows you to permanently save messages online on the AOL® servers. You can store an unlimited number of e-mails and attachments.

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