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However, this has an effect on any Labels that you might use in Gmail. Note: Any changes you make to the names and the structure of your folders via the Gmail web interface won’t be visible in Outlook until you restart Outlook.Once the mailbox is rooted to the [Gmail] folder, and since the Inbox folder lives outside it, unfortunately it is not possible anymore to create or access subfolders directly under the Inbox folder as you would be able to if it wasn’t rooted.Trying to create a subfolder for the Inbox folder will then result in the following error; Note: This is only required for any folder which should be a direct subfolder of the Inbox folder.After you set up an @email address, you can make the Mail option available when you close and reopen i Cloud for Windows.If you still don't see the Mail option, sign out and back in to i Cloud for Windows.As you are now working of the [Gmail] root folder in Outlook, you’ll see all your Labels directly under your main mailbox.