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Outlook 2010 and New Mail Envelope

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I used to have a new mail envelope appear next to my clock when new mail arrived.  It stopped doing this.  How do I turn it back on?
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Click on File --> Options --> Mail and Under 'Message Arrival' check off box to "Show an envelope icon in the taskbar"
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With Outlook open, right click the Outlook icon in the same location next to clock and make sure 'Show New Mail Desktop Alert' is checked.
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