Unless I'm missing a trick, there is still no unified Inbox in Outlook 2010. In this day and age of most people having multiple email accounts, I find that amazing.
MS have managed to do it excellently in the Mac version of Office 2011 Outlook, so why are we losing out?
Yes, thanks for that. I've seen that before. I didn't try it because it seems to just move mails to another folder which isn't really the same thing.
You only have to look at Apple's mail client on the iPhone or OS X, or Microsoft's own Outlook 2011 for Mac to see how it should be done.
I just don't understand why MS haven't built it into the Windows version of Office yet.
I give up.
I tried the new rule method mentioned above. Couldn't get it to work.
The best I seem to be able to achieve is to show all 4 Inboxes in Favorites. At least then, I don't have to expand each account tree to see the Inboxes.
I would still like to know how Mikedl got it to work, though.
I didn't do anything special. I've kept my settings for Outlook since Office XP (yeah, I've got email that old I still lug around from version to version). All of my mail goes to my singular inbox except for my Gmail IMAP account which is unchangeable in that aspect. I set up a POP account for Gmail as well so it will show up in my singular inbox and now only use the IMAP account on the computer to delete mail from my iPhone with push.
Have a look at your folder settings as indicated below: