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Outlook 2010 Action Required.

I got an email with *Action Required*, when I right -click on it and select Mark as Read, it does not mark it as Read.

I wonder how is this configured and what is the purpose?

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by:Sasha Kranjac
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Can you post the screenshot of the email? Not the text but the Outlook toolbar when email is selected and Toolbar of the email when opened in a window.

Is it a meeting request? Do you have an antivirus solution, updated and current, to be sure it has no malicious content?
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by:jskfan
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I am not at work now..
but the email is internal, it did not come from outside the company
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by:Md. Mojahid
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Try to use keyboard shortcuts

marking a message as read you can use CTRL+ENTER or CTRL+Q
marking a message as unread you can use CTRL+U
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by:jskfan
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I believe that 's meant to be that way in Outlook…
When you send an email for users and you want them to take action before a certain deadline
 otherwise the email will not be able to be marked as Read…

I noticed after the deadline is over I was able to mark it as Read.
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by:upul007
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When you open the message, do you see any possible "actions" available to you?
Usually action drop down list can be seen when you open the message - http://screencast.com/t/KzIdX0My88

or

Is the "Action Required" text part of the subject line?
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by:jskfan
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If you want to send email to users and want them to respond within a day, otherwise the email stays "Unread" until they respond or the time goes past 1 day …

how would you do that?
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by:upul007
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Is that a new question please?

Also, you did not reply on my questions. Any feedback on those please?
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Asta Cu earned 100 total points
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It sounds like a new question to me.  The option to cause "read" versus "unread" status on Email  should rely with the owner of the Email, methinks.
":0)  Asta
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by:jskfan
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I will do search on that another time
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by:Asta Cu
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Thank you.
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