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Outlook 2013 - change default view to unread emails

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Hi

Previously i created a default view in outlook so that everytime i opened outlook and selected my inbox it only displayed unread emails.

However in outlook 2013 i can't seem to set this up and i have to select the button unread emails everytime.

This is a bit of a pain as everytime you click to another areas in outlook, when you go back to your inbox you have to select unread again.

Please can someone help  me default my inbox view to only display unread messages?
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David Carr earned 500 total points
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Using the Unread button is the only option for Outlook 2013. You cannot change the view to only see unread messages.
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Is this true, what a pain in the ass!
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