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On the View tab click View Settings Click Conditional Formatting In the Rules for this view list select a rule (or create a new one by clicking Add) Click Condition On the More Choices tab enable the only items that are... unread checkbox


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If the e-mail address is always the same (0123456789@mms.att.net) you can create a contact and input the address, then save. After that it will show with the name. I find for me I cannot use the solutions offered above at work so instead of "saving" the contact, i "create" it and then it shows me the name just how i want it.


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It is not possible for a end user (i.e. me and you) to be able to obtain a list of ignored messages/ conversations. In case you are really desperate, it is possible for an exchange admin to get you such a list. That's not really practical on a day-on-day basis. Hopefully, this is an area that Microsoft will bless us with better abilities in the future.


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I don't have a copy of OL2010 to hand, but I don't think my OL2013 should be too different. You can use the received operator which is documented on that page. But instead of using received:=01/01/2015, you can change the equals to a 'greater than' operator: > received:>12/05/2015 Will find all messages which were received after 12th May 2015 ...


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If I understand you correctly, that is the way I have my Inbox setup. You need to use the Conversation settings. Go to the view tab, choose the arrangement (mine is by date) and then checked Show Conversations. This groups all the messages with the same subject.


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As shown here in the Microsoft documentation. By default, Personal Folders (.pst) and offline Outlook Data File (.ost) files are in Unicode format in Microsoft Outlook 2010 and Outlook 2013. The overall size of .pst and .ost files has a preconfigured limit of 50 GB. That is in 2010 and 2013. The default .pst and .ost file size limit in Outlook ...


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https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/jj150540(v=exchg.150).aspx Second, Outlook clients no longer connect to a server FQDN as they have done in all previous versions of Exchange. Outlook uses Autodiscover to create a new connection point comprised of mailbox GUID, @ symbol, and the domain portion of the user’s primary SMTP address. This ...



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