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Solved: microsoft outlook 2003 only view 1 week message

Discussion in 'Business Applications' started by ythak, Oct 8, 2008.

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  1. ythak

    ythak Thread Starter

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    Hi!

    this is may first time to join the group and upon reading some forum I am so glad that we have a site like this to help each other and thanks for this sites...
    by the way may question is how can I retrieve may old mail. I am using microsoft outlook 2003 with OS of XP Pro. the mail that i can see in may outlook is the message for only one week and the rest of my old email is not available even though i did not delete the old file.

    hope someone can help me to solve may problem...

    thanks a lot
    ythak
     
  2. draceplace

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    In Outlook Go to Tools/options then the "Other" tab. Check the autoarchive settings.
     
  3. EAFiedler

    EAFiedler Moderator

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    Hi ythak


    Welcome to Tech Support Guy Forums!

    Your View settings may be hiding the older messages.

    In Outlook 2003:
    View > Arrange by > Current View > Messages

    This view should show all messages including read and unread messages.


    Let us know if that works for you or not.
     
  4. ythak

    ythak Thread Starter

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    Hi EAFiedler

    Thank you so much for your reply, it solve may problem to may outlook.
    now i can see all may old emails.
    I'm so happy for joining tech Support Guy.

    thanks thanks Guys! more power...
     
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