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E-mail dissapears after reading it

Posted on 2006-07-10
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Hi

After I read any e-mails in my inbox it dissapears, and I don't know where it is going, I am using Outlook XP. If I delete the mails it goes to the Deleted folder, but if i open it, read it, close Outlook and open Outlook the mail has dissapeared from my inbox and I don't know where it is


I know this is not a lot of points, but please help !!!!!!!!!
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Is there perhaps some kind of rule set to automatically remove (or move) messages that are read, or have become older than a certain number of days? The messages don't happen to accumulate in some subfolder or something like that?

Can you do a repair installation of Outlook?
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war1 earned 25 total points
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Greetings, Biscuit_1984 !

Check the View setting. You may seeing unread mail. Once the mail is read, email "disappear from list. Go to View > Arrange By > Current View. Make sure "Messages" is selected.

Best wishes!
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Biscuit,

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Thanks, war1
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