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disable automatic READ in outlook 2010

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disable automatic READ in outlook 2010

I use MS Outlook 2010, when I select a message, then go to the next message the previous message becomes "READ". I want the message to stay as "Unread", until I manually mark it as Read.


How can I configure this behavior in MSOutlook 2010 ?

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Go into the Reading Page Options and uncheck "Mark Item Read ..." . That is a very likely cause of the emails being marked "read".

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Excellent! it worked
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@jskfan - Thanks. I am glad the solution worked and I was happy to help.

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