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I'm interested in seeing all new email that comes in but also want to see who is sending which types of email.  That is to say that some kind of grouping needs to happen but just grouping by who sent it will hide the message if it is a new email.

Suggestions for the most efficient view are greatly appreciated.
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Maybe just set emails by who sent them rather than date received like in the screenshot attached?

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