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    Uranium Lounger CWBillow's Avatar
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    Lost Outlook 2010 Email??

    I downloaded e-mail this morning, and it was showing several hundred e-mails coming. But when it was done, the Inbox only showed some 150 or so.

    I've look everywhere -- except *obviously* where they are -- and can find them nowhere. How can I search for them? I tried the Outlook Search bar, putting in "Received:10/24/2011" but ended up with all kinds of e-mail not from today.

    I checked my rules to make sure they weren't being moved somewhere, but there was nothing there.

    Help?

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    Chuck Billow
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    Not in the Junk folder?

    Does your current Inbox view have any kind of filter on it? You could try changing to a different view or reset your default view.

    If you leave messages on the server and compare what is in your Inbox with what is on the server, can you spot a pattern?

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    You haven't, by any chance, clicked at the top so that all today's emails are hidden 'beneath' one of those + expansion box characters that you need to click on? Awfully easy to do this!
    BATcher

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    Uranium Lounger CWBillow's Avatar
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    I just found it...It was a rule buried away that was marking everything "read" as it came in.

    Duh...

    Chuck
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