Following works for me.
In the “Search Current Mailbox (Ctrl+E)” box, type: read:no and hit Enter.
When it shows “Find More on Server” link, click it. Then the unread email(s) should appear.
EDIT: Works with Outlook 2016 as well
you can see the image reference for your further help.
The easiest way is probably to do it through TeamViewer.
Start TeamViewer and open the Options.
Go to the Advanced section and click Show advanced options.
Near the bottom of the panel, you'll find a button labeled Deactivate Outlook Add-In. Click it to deactivate the Add-In.
Go to File → Options.
Go to the Add-Ins ...
You can enable this with "Reading Pane" option enabled. Go to:
File -> Options
Under "Outlook Panes" click on "Reading Pane"
Set the options to whatever you like.
I have it set to "Mark items as read when viewed in the Reading Pane" and "Wait 0 seconds before marking item as read". This way as soon as i click on an email it is changed to read.
Re-installing is waste of time...
just go to control panel>>mail(32bit)>>show profiles>delete all profiles here.
then open the outlook, you will be opening an fresh account.
NOTE:1.before deleting don't forget to take mail backup.
NOTE:2. On windows 8, 8.1 and 10 you can use windows + x and select Control Panel.
In the "Search Current Mailbox (Ctrl+E)" box, type: read:no
and hit Enter.
Then when it shows, "Find More on Server" link, click it. The unread email should appear. Make sure you click on it if it doesn't automatically switch to read.
Click the "X" in the search box to clear the "read:no" search -- it does not work if you do any ...
I Found the answer
account settings -> account settings
From the "account settings" window select the email account
Under Offline settings move the slider to the far right till it reads "all"
This is most likely because the image is copied from File Explorer. It will then be added as an attachment instead of embedded in the text.
To verify that your Outlook is working as intended try using the PrtScrn button and then Ctrl + V in Outlook. If the file is added directly then everything is working as intended. There is no way to copy a picture ...
Start outlook in safe mode: outlook.exe /safe
If you are having problems with a Microsoft Office program, you may be able to use User-Initiated Safe mode to make it possible to run the program.
More info on Office's SafeMode here
Got there! To do so you need to read emails as plain text - which is available under:
Trust Center Settings
Read As Plain Text.
This means they all appear as plain text, so replies go out as plain text, which means that you get proper indenting (using ">") if you've set that up.
You can still display the HTML ...
Just in case anyone else experienced this...there is a setting in Outlook 2013 that you can uncheck to fix not only the issue of the Delete key deleting emails but also the inability to use CTRL+C to copy text from emails.
Go to File -> Options -> Mail. Under the "Outlook Panes" heading, click the button for Reading Pane. Uncheck the box for "Single key ...
In Outlook, switch to the "Mail" or "Folder" view, and click on your Inbox.
Click on the magnifying glass at the right end of the search bar.
When you do that, it brings up a new ribbon of Search Tools.
Click on the "Search Tools" Icon (wrench and hammer) and then to Advanced Find under the drop down menu.
Make sure the drop downs are set to "...
What does the red coloured badge mean?
What do the Outlook icons mean? lists all of the icons in outlook and explains what they mean.
The icon you are referring to is in the Security section and indicates that the message has a Valid Signature:
If you Open the message and then click on this icon you can find more information about the digital ...
It looks like the most recent MS Office update (version 15.0.4551.1011) adds an option that allows for the message header in the reading pane to be collapsed. It re-sizes the header from this:
Once toggled, it should remain collapsed while switching among messages. Go to the File tab -> Office Account to check your version and update.
In Outlook, click on the file menu and scroll down to the bottom of the Info section and select "Manage Apps". This will take you to a webpage managing what add-ins are setup by default (probably by your administrator). In here, you can simply disable the Bing Maps add-on and it should no longer show that bar.
It's important to note that this is a different ...
In Outlook 2016:
In calendar view, select meeting
In ribbon, select "Reply All"
File > Save (or ⌘S) to save as draft
Close the draft window
Go to Drafts folder
On ribbon, click "Meeting" (small button next to Forward)
Now you have a new meeting with the same invitees, subject, and body content as the original.
Doesn't solve everything (location, duration,...
The criteria for a custom search folder would be (Search Folder Criteria | "Advanced" tab | "Field" button | All Mail Fields):
Message Class contains IPM.Note.SMIME (for both signed/encrypted messages);
Message Class is (exactly) IPM.Note.SMIME (for encrypted messages only);
Message Class is (exactly) IPM.Note.SMIME.MultipartSigned (for signed messages only ...
I stumbled on a way to enable "show as conversations" on search folders, after hours of trying different workarounds.
After selecting the search folder, go to the view ribbon, select "Date (Conversations)". For some reason this enables "show as conversations" and it works like regular folders.
You can do this:
choose default color grey
right click the calendar
in the context menu choose "View Settings..."
choose "Conditional Formatting..."
now add a bright color with the advanced condition to match when
start and end date equals today
enjoy and never attend meetings again today which are really scheduled for tomorrow :)
Note that recurring ...
Here's what I do:
While editing the new email, click the "pop-out" button to open the new message in a separate window.
Now the original email is available for you to view attachments.
There is a pic of the pop out button on this page : http://www.howtogeek.com/172625/how-to-enable-and-disable-the-separate-message-editing-window-for-replies-in-outlook-...
I have had success with this method:
Search for message (or other document). Use the normal quick search, searching for "all files and folders"
Open the message/document (double-click)
With the message open in i separate Window: Hit Ctrl+Shift+F to open Advanced Search.
Advanced Search will open with the folder of the open message selected.
Click Browse (...