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Help with Outook 2007 - Download to Inbox

Discussion in 'Web & Email' started by Flush777, Dec 8, 2008.

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  1. Flush777

    Flush777 Thread Starter

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    I was a former Outlook 2002 or similar early version Outlook user and I upgraded to Outlook 2007 which assummed the earlier settings.

    No email messages are now downloaded directly to the inbox in Outlook 2007!

    Instead if I click on the Tab, Search Folders (below the Tab, Inbox) and then immediately return to the Inbox Tab, the downloaded messages will appear in the Inbox Tab.

    This is entirely frustrating since I tend to view emia messages multiple times during the day.

    Any assistance would be greatly appreciated.

    This is my first post...

    Flush777
    Older Style PC with Windows XP Home, v3
     
  2. Jtoast

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    My first thought is "have you checked to make sure you don't have an email filter active?"

    Unfortunately, i'm not near a 2007 machine to check for further solutions at the moment.
     
  3. Flush777

    Flush777 Thread Starter

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    The email filter was set to low (Tools, Options, Junk Email) and I changed this to no automatic filtering.

    Under View, Current View - I have selected Messages with auto preview but I don't think that any of these categories under View are applicable.

    When I set forth the problem, I said that I went to Search Folders, however, more specifically I should have said, Search Folders - Tab Categorized Mail.
     
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