A folder that can be read only by the owner. See also shared folder.
Personal folder contains all information concerning your current or recent and last bookings through Guestzilla.com. It includes not only full data of your booking, but also gives you all information about your transaction and account. Besides you can easily change your billing information. It is understood that all information provided by you is purely confidential and secure. To enter your Personal folder you should use your E-mail and Password. Should you forget your Password please click the â€œForgot Passwordâ€ button. Should you forget your E-mail please Contact us.
folder for use by an individual - members cannot be invited. A personal folder is part of a user's personal account.
a client-based folder that contains any kind of information the user wants to store off the server
a file within Microsoft Outlook, usually located on your computer's hard drive, that stores e-mail messages locally, rather than on the server
a folder that you can create that allows you to view and store messages just as if they were located on the Exchange server
a place where you can store e-mail, separate from the e-mail server
A folder used to store an individual's personal information, such as incoming mail messages and local documents.
Personal Folder files are normally saved on your computer and are used in Outlook to archive items from Exchange. You may hear Personal Folder files referred to as .pst files, as that is the file name extension used on this type of file.
Area on a WebDB site reserved for a single user. A personal folder is created automatically when the user's database account is created in the User Manager. If the user's database account is created outside of WebDB, the user can create his own personal folder using the Personal Information Manager. Unless the owner grants the View privilege to other users, only the owner can see the items in his personal folder (and the site administrator, who can see all the folders on the site).
(WebDB Tutorial Guide; search in this book)
a mail folder that you create.
a mail folder that the user created.