Can I sort the mailbox by name in the Mac mail?

I put my old emails in folders (aka the mailboxes) and keep them on my Google mail.  If I got to Google mail online, my mailboxes are all sorted by name in alphabetical order, but when I go back to my Mac mail, they are in the chronological order in which they were created.  How can I sort my mailbox of e-mail Mac by name?

I don't see an option alpha re arrange mailboxes mailbox or folders - but you can drag the top / down to re arrange them.

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