I use an exchange account at work which I have added to my iOS devices. With my exchange account, I also have rules setup so that emails from certain people or of a certain type get moved to specified sub-folders within my inbox. The issue I am having is although I have set which folders get "polled" automatically, i still have to remember to look within my exchange account under the "Accounts" section of the Mail app in order to tell if any of my subfolders have new messages. Once I go this far all of my folders that are automatically polled will show how many new messages they have next to them, but at the screen prior to this which shows the inboxes and also the "Accounts" section, it will only show the number of new messages which reside directly in the main inbox. I thought that I could possibly use the VIP selection in order to accommodate this limitation, but it doesn't work for messages that go to an exchange subfolder. Anyone figure out any workarounds for this that do not require me having multiple copies of the same message (leaving a copy in the inbox in addition to my rule which moves it to the appropriate folder), or does anyone know if Apple is working on some more options for Mail. It seems like iOS should be passed this already. Heck, maybe make it so you can list any inbox or subfolder at the top (above the accounts section in Mail)... even that would be okay.