Outlook 2010 never carries with it a default option to view only unread messages. Few of the times we have our inbox cluttered or it filled with new mails covering up the old, unread ones. This will make us miss on few of the unread mails and we have a hard time finding them out from the big list. Outlook 2010 doesn’t have a default setting to find unread emails, but that never means you cant have one. Here is the easiest way to find unread emails in Outlook 2010

 

Launch your Outlook 2010, next select the View tab, then Change View and then Manage Views

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Manage All views box will open, and here you need to select New

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Put the Name of new view: as Unread. Next you need to select the Table options and then select All Mails and Post folders and click Ok.

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Now select Filter option on the Advanced View Settings: dialog box

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Next select the More Choices tab of the Filter dialogue box and and check box Only Items that are: Unread 

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Press Ok thrice as it comes.

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Now you will be able to find only unread emails using this new filter.

 

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Yogitha, loves to write, on just about anything. Realising her passion not too late in life, she managed to complete her Masters in Communication from Women's Christian College, Chennai. Currently, she works as a Technical Writer with Cognizant. A complete 'sitcom buff'', her current must see list has 'The Big Bang Theory' right on top!

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