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Exchange emails on Galaxy Tablet 2 10.1

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I have just bought a Samsung Galaxy Tablet 2 10.1 and I have added my work email via Microsoft Exchange Activsync. The emails are there, however on my work Outlook under favourites i have a file called Unread Mail. I also have several rules set up for certain clients emails to go directly into other files i have set up. these emails show up in the unread mail file and tells me the location of where they are stored, so i can locate them. On the Tablet however this file is not there, so any new emails that come through, I have to search the entire tablet for them. Is there a way i can get this unread mail file to sync and show on the tablet so i can keep track of the new emails that come through?
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by:Simon Butler (Sembee)
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ActiveSync is your primary Inbox only and physical folders. The unread mail isn't a folder, it is a built in search, and therefore isn't available on your tablet device.

You might find someone has written an app to replicate the functionality, but it isn't anything native.

Simon.
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peter_fleur earned 500 total points
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You can try the Touchdown application from the Android market. It does not have the Unread folder but you can easily manage your subfolders with that app.
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