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    Question How to sort emails by read/unread in Outlook 2007?

    I am using MS Office Outlook 2007, when i try to sort the mails by read/unread, I get the message "you cannot sort by this field.", does anyone know how to resolve that.

    Best Regards,
    Mushq

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    Re: How to sort emails by read/unread in Outlook 2007?

    Try customizing your sort fields and remove the read and unread categories. Close Outlook, and then reopen it. Now, re-add those categories and try sorting.
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    Re: How to sort emails by read/unread in Outlook 2007?

    Thanks for reply, I have got an excellent work around for that and it is
    "In the folder list scroll down towards the bottom of the list and you'll see a folder called Search Folders. Expand it and go in to the Unread Messages folder. It'll show you unread messages in your account grouped by mail folders. You can expand/collapse each folder to make it easier to view."

    Best Regards,
    Mushq

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    Re: How to sort emails by read/unread in Outlook 2007?

    Quote Originally Posted by Mushq View Post
    Thanks for reply, I have got an excellent work around for that and it is
    "In the folder list scroll down towards the bottom of the list and you'll see a folder called Search Folders. Expand it and go in to the Unread Messages folder. It'll show you unread messages in your account grouped by mail folders. You can expand/collapse each folder to make it easier to view."

    Best Regards,
    Mushq

    This is the best solution I ever got, awesome work...Thanks Mushq

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