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I Have problem with webmail (Microsoft outlook web access) not showing everything, I can see only new mails, once I read those, its disappears automatically, I am not sure where and how I have to change settings, client side or server side, I want see all my e-mail in my (in box) Folder.  Pl post your reply as soon as possible
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by:Sembee
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Sounds like you have a view enabled - to show unread messages only.

Simon.
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by:amaheshwari
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Please check In OWA  if  Inbox   ‎(Unread Messages)‎ is selected at the top of Webmail page.If it is so please select Messages inplace of Unread Messages from Drop Down List.
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This is correct :

Please check In OWA  if  Inbox   (Unread Messages) is selected at the top of Webmail page.If it is so please select Messages inplace of Unread Messages from Drop Down List.
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by:mehar-polisetty
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Still not working, inbox shows nothing. its telling me "there are no items show in this view", i changed all inbox options.
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by:amaheshwari
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Have you also configured Outlook Profile on any computer .Where if any mails come that goes to some personal folder.
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i am not sure, when i look my internal out look,  all my mails are in my personal folder, i can't see personal folder in OWA. how do i get personal folder in owa. Thanks
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You can not see personal folders in OWA.But now it is clear that all your mails are going to personal folder that is why you are unable to see mails in OWA after it is read.
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now i able be configured my e-mail account to deliver my mails  into mail box, instead of personal folder. i went outlook then tools/e-mail accounts/view or chanage email accounts/ deliver new e-mail to following location then i changed my mail box instead of personal folder. now i am able see all my mails in OWA..
Thanks to amaheshwari
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