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Brandon

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Since: Dec 10, 2007
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(Msg. 1) Posted: Mon Dec 10, 2007 8:14 am
Post subject: Outlook 2003
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I hope this is the right group...
a user is running Office standard 2003, SP2.

The folder list displays the number of mails in that folder and not the
amount of unread emails in that folder.
Please can somebody tell me where to configure this. I need to change it to
display the unread mails qty.

Thanks in advance!
Brandon.

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Adam Bailey

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(Msg. 2) Posted: Mon Dec 10, 2007 8:42 am
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Brandon wrote:
> I hope this is the right group...
> a user is running Office standard 2003, SP2.

It is not the right group. I've crossposted and set followups to the correct
one.

> The folder list displays the number of mails in that folder and not the
> amount of unread emails in that folder.
> Please can somebody tell me where to configure this. I need to change it to
> display the unread mails qty.

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Brandon

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(Msg. 3) Posted: Mon Dec 10, 2007 9:15 am
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Much appreciated.

"Adam Bailey" wrote:

> Brandon wrote:
> > I hope this is the right group...
> > a user is running Office standard 2003, SP2.
>
> It is not the right group. I've crossposted and set followups to the correct
> one.
>
> > The folder list displays the number of mails in that folder and not the
> > amount of unread emails in that folder.
> > Please can somebody tell me where to configure this. I need to change it to
> > display the unread mails qty.
>
> --
> Adam Bailey | Chicago, Illinois
> adamb.DeleteThis@lull.org | Finger/Web for PGP & S/MIME
> adamkb.DeleteThis@aol.com | http://www.lull.org/adam/
>
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