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Windows 7: seen new emails in outlook when emails are filtered


09 Apr 2013   #1

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seen new emails in outlook when emails are filtered

hello i have mail filtering my emails, is there a way to have a list of the unread emails and able to see in which folders they are located?

thanks

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09 Apr 2013   #2

 

If I understand you correctly, then I think you need to create a new folder and then tell Rules Wizard to put those e-mails into that folder and mark them as Unread.
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09 Apr 2013   #3

win 7 u x64
 
 

No you dont understand: when the filter stores the emails in the folders i ask it to, if the folder is within a folder, i cant see that there is a unread email if the folder isnt opened. therefore i would like to have a list saying folder X, 2 new emails. folder y 10 more emails. this way i can go read the stuff that is important in my IMPORTANT folders and not take care of the emails in a folder NOt important
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09 Apr 2013   #4

 

If you leave the sub-folders expanded (or visible instead of collapsed), then does it show the number of unread next to it like it does for the parent folders?
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09 Apr 2013   #5

win 7 u x64
 
 

all i see is the folder... i dont see the sub folders... it's anoying having to expand all folders searching for un read emails :S
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09 Apr 2013   #6

 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by paascal View Post
all i see is the folder... i dont see the sub folders... it's anoying having to expand all folders searching for un read emails :S
What if you leave it expanded? Does it stay expanded so it's still expanded the next time you open Outlook?

You can also use the "Unread Mail" folder up above in the "Favorite Folders". You can also expand "Search Folders" and leave it expanded so that all you have to do is click "Unread Mail".
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11 Apr 2013   #7

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Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by paascal View Post
hello i have mail filtering my emails, is there a way to have a list of the unread emails and able to see in which folders they are located?

thanks
The headings of unread messages are displayed in bold text in your Inbox. The number of unread messages can be seen next to the Inbox folder in the Navigation Pane. You can find your unread messages in the Unread Mail folder under Search Folders in the Navigation Pane, where the unread messages are arranged by folder.

Find all unread messages:
  • In the Navigation Pane, click the plus sign (+) next to Search Folders to display its subfolders.
  • Click the Unread Mail folder.
  • Your unread items are displayed in the message list.
When you delete a Search Folder, the e-mail messages shown in the Search Folder are not deleted because those items are never saved, only viewed, in a Search Folder. However, if you open or select one or more e-mail messages shown in a Search Folder and delete the e-mail messages, the messages are deleted from the Outlook folder where they are stored.

The Unread Mail folder is one of the predefined Search Folders. If you don't see this folder under Search Folders in the Navigation Pane, you can re-create it.
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