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Outlook 2010 - Where are my groups?

Posted on 2014-03-05
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I lost my "yesterday", "Thursday" and other day-of-the-week groupings that were part of my inbox.

How can I get them back?
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Right click the Arrange By Heading and select Show in Groups
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If that doesn't completely resolve the problem then right click Arrange By and select the View Settings - Group By button and select Automatic Groupings... if not already selected.
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THAT WAS IT!!!  Thanks!
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You're welcome.
Was it the first suggestion of "Show in Groups" or the second suggestion View Settings - "Automatic Grouping"?
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