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Outlook 2003 Unread Folder keeps disappearing from my Favorites

Posted on 2009-05-16
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I keep adding it from my search folders, but every time I restart my PC it's disappeared from my Favorites again!  I'm using Office 2003 with XP SP3.  One of the other suggestions said to unhide the folder, but I'm not sure where that option is in Outlook, or if I'm meant to change it in Folder Options.  =/

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Was unable to use this successfully, I wound up changing the name of the folder and it hasn't been a problem since.  Thanks for your help.
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Glad to hear the problem's solved!
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