Separating unread emails from the read ones

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I would like to have two views in my email, one in which all my unread emails will be saved and the other in which the read emails will be saved. I am however running into problems accessing the properties that recognizes an email as read. I have since given up trying to access this feature and I am now seeking your assistance in this matter. 

 

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Separating unread emails from the read ones

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Hello there,
Your problem can be solved by following the easy steps below;
 
Open Microsoft Outlook in the usual way from either the desktop icon or Windows start menu. 
Select “Mail” from the “File” drop-down menu. From the “Mail” menu, go to “New” then “Search Folder”. You can alternatively use the keyboard shortcut “Ctrl + Shift + P” to access the “Search Folder”. In the dialog box of the “Search Folder” click on “Unread Mail” which is an option under “Reading Mail”. If you want you can use the options that are provided to change the new folder to your preference. One of the options that are available involves changing the settings of the search folder so that it includes only unread mail from particular contacts or mail with certain strings of text.
 
You can now click “OK” so as to create the new folder with unread mail. The new folder is going to appear under “Search Folders” of the Navigation Interface of Outlook 2007.
 
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Answered By 0 points N/A #97791

Separating unread emails from the read ones

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In the Navigation pane select Inbox or any other folder required. On the message list click on instant search, on the search tab click on refine group, click on unread. This should help.

Answered By 10 points N/A #97792

Separating unread emails from the read ones

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Thank you very much Partos heren and Archanaa Manohar for your help! I did what you said on Microsoft Outlook and was able to look at the read and unread mails separately. When I’m checking online using a browser, I use instant search. Thank you again to the both of you.

Thanks TechyV for coming to my life!

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