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Group email threads by conversation in Outlook 2007

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Im using MS Office 2007 at work, i receive every day hundreds of emails all replies to each others with the same conversation, that ends up being 20+ messages for one single conversation.

I want to arrange the emails by date, but i want to group it all so i only see the last email so i can expand and see more if want to, iknow this can be done with thunderbird or others... but how can i do this on MS Outlook 2007?

I found an option in View->Arrange by->Conversation, but this is not what i want to see.
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You can read this article and if you have any issues, then we can go from there...  Sort/Group Your Outlook Email by Conversation Like Gmail
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