However, when that user logs into her Outlook Web Access, the sent items are showing there.So, I know that the user still has all of her items, but why are they not showing up on the her computer?In the drop-down menu, you can choose to show the sender of the email above the subject line, expand conversations (so they're not collapsed like in the above snapshot), or indent conversations as they go down like threads on an online discussion board.
In fact, you or a recipient will see the message is flagged for action without even opening the message.
You can also flag messages in the Information Viewer. If you want to flag received messages, go to your Inbox.
Recently we installed Windows 7 Enterprise and Outlook 2010 on all of our computers.
On one of them, not all, the sent items are not showing up on the computer.
We're using Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2016 with Outlook (Office 365).
All very new so we have the latest versions of each.
At the same time, Outlook 2013 can also mark an unread message as expired after a specified date. This is helpful for time-sensitive materials (for example, announcing a meeting), so that once the day has passed, there's a line through the email and the recipient knows he/she doesn't have to bother reading it.
Outlook 2013 provides you with a way to add voting buttons to the emails you send.
By default, the conversations feature is turned off.
We're going to show you how to turn it on, how it works, and how you can use it. Go back to the View tab and click Conversation Settings.
A delivery receipt will mean that it has been delivered, but it doesn't mean the recipient has seen the message or opened it.