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Outlook:顯示和查看文件夾中的郵件數

您可能會注意到,每個郵件文件夾後面都有一個數字,指示該文件夾中有多少未讀郵件。 例如 收件箱5,這意味著總共有五條未讀郵件保留在“收件箱”文件夾中。

在某些情況下,它可能需要項目總數而不是未讀數目,例如,已刪除郵件,垃圾郵件等的總數。但是,如何在Outlook中顯示和查看項目總數? 有一些技巧可以做到這一點:

方法A:直接在導航窗格中查看郵件數

方法B:顯示相應文件夾後面的項目總數

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箭頭藍色右氣泡方法A:直接在導航窗格中查看郵件數

對於POP3電子郵件帳戶

如果您使用的是POP3帳戶,則可以按照以下步驟在導航窗格中查看郵件編號:

選擇並突出顯示一個消息文件夾後,該文件夾中的項目編號和未讀編號將自動顯示在導航窗格的底部。

我們來看看 收件箱 例如。 您可以查看 收件箱5 在導航窗格中。 首先,點擊並突出顯示收件箱,然後您將看到 項目:58未讀:5 在導航窗格的底部。 請參見以下屏幕截圖:

對於IMAP電子郵件帳戶

如果您在Microsoft Outlook 2007中使用IMAP電子郵件帳戶,則上述方法效果很好,而在Outlook 2010和2013中,導航窗格底部沒有項目編號和未讀編號,除了 已套用篩選器.

在這種情況下,請首先選擇一個屬於IMAP電子郵件帳戶數據文件的文件夾,然後單擊 更改視圖 > IMAP訊息 瀏覽 Outlook 2010和2013中的“標籤”標籤。

然後,您將立即在導航窗格底部看到所選文件夾的項目編號和未讀編號。


箭頭藍色右氣泡方法B:顯示相應文件夾後面的項目總數

另一種方法是在相應文件夾後顯示項目編號。 您可以按照以下步驟進行操作:

步驟1:右鍵點擊您將顯示其項目編號的文件夾,然後點擊 氟化鈉性能 在右鍵菜單中。

步驟2:在(文件夾)屬性對話框中,選中 顯示項目總數 選項。

步驟3:點擊 OK 按鈕。

然後,所選文件夾後面的數字將立即從未讀項目數更改為總項目數。 請參見以下屏幕截圖:


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Je cite " cliquez et mettez en surbrillance la boîte de réception, puis vous verrez le ARTICLE: 58 Non lu: 5 au bas du volet de navigation. "
Je cherche à avoir cette affichage car à ce jour je ne peux pas avoir et le nombre de message lu et non lu. L'affichage n'y est plus.
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Hi there,

Please right-click on the status bar and make sure that you have checked the below two options:
https://www.extendoffice.com/images/stories/comments/ljy-picture/should_check_options.png
The message "ARTICLE: 58 Non lu: 5" should be in the bottom-left corner of your Outlook page when you select the Inbox folder. Please check it there.

Amanda
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Here's a challenge for you.
I can't get scripts to work to autosave attachments so I've created a rule to copy incoming messages to another email folder.
I don't want that folder to show ANY number since I can't find a way to automatically mark the copy as read without looking at it. I want this so that when I'm on leave, I will still receive a copy of quotes that are created.

Any ideas?
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Hi there,

Please add the below VBA code to a module:
Public Sub MakeUnread(MItem As Outlook.MailItem)
  On Error Resume Next
  MItem.UnRead = True
End Sub

Then create a rule to run the script:
https://www.extendoffice.com/images/stories/comments/ljy-picture/run_script.png
Note: You should select conditions to filer the messages to apply this rule as you need.

Then create a rule with both of the two actions as shown below to copy and move the messages to the certain folder and mark them as read:
https://www.extendoffice.com/images/stories/comments/ljy-picture/rule_to_move_and_mark_as_read.png
Note: You should select conditions to filer the messages to apply this rule as you need.

Make sure the spript rule is listed below the move and mark as read rule. If not, select the script rule and click on the down arrow to move it down.
https://www.extendoffice.com/images/stories/comments/ljy-picture/order.png

Hope the above method could help you.

By the way, I noticed that you did the rules because you could not autosave attachments. Why don't you try the Auto Save feature from Kutools for Outlook? The add-in offers a free trial for 60 days with no limitations: https://www.extendoffice.com/download/kutools-for-outlook.html
https://www.extendoffice.com/images/stories/comments/ljy-picture/auto_save.png

Amanda
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Hi Amanda.

Thanks for that. I think I understand what you're telling me, though so far, despite copying scripts from websites, none of them have worked for me. They don't save a copy of the attachment, mark anything as read or unread and I don't know what I'm doing wrong. I'm literally copying and pasting and changing only the save directory where I'm told to do so.

My understanding of "Move (or copy) to a folder and mark as read" means that it makes the copy in the selected folder then marks the original email as read. I want it to make the copy to another folder and then the copy be marked as read while the original email remains unread. Or is that what your script does?

I tried Kutools earlier this evening and after stuffing around with scripts that don't work and Power Automate which gives me a headache, Kutools Save Attachment function does EXACTLY what I wanted to do with autosaving an attachment. Alas, it's a work computer so I doubt they'd let me install it, and I can't see them spending $US17,000 for the entire company so that I alone can save attachments automatically.

Even if I bought a single licence myself, they probably wouldn't let me install it. Besides, I can't afford the single licence. And since I can't speak or read any language other than English, I can't partake the translation for a free licence option either.

I'll have to satisfy myself with a rule that copies the whole email to another folder and leaves a great big number alerting any nosy person that a copy of an unread email has been made.
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Hi there,

The rule as shown below will mark the both origianl email and copied one as read.
https://cdn.extendoffice.com/images/stories/comments/ljy-picture/rule_to_move_and_mark_as_read.png

And the VBA code to be add to a module and embeded in the script rule will mark the original email as unread.

We've tried the rules in our computer, it should work well. Please make sure that the spript rule is listed below the move and mark as read rule. 🙂

Amanda
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my inbox shows 72 unread items on the bottom of the screen I see the ##.# GB free and next to it is Items: 5,012. This doesn't appear to be an accurate count. I have deleted items older than 6 months and used conversation clean up, if I scroll through the emails manually, the count seems to be way off. How do I get this number reduced. Thank you for your assistance.
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I am trying to display total messages in my folder in my outlook365 email, but when I right click on the folder in question (as suggested above) I do not get the properties option, only a limited set of options, anybody know why?
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Why is the number next to my Inbox folder (14--which I understand represents the number of unread emails) different from the number next to my Unread Mail folder (13)?
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This achieves the objective of showing total items, instead of Filter applied, but if that filter is hide deleted messages all the deleted messages then appear. This is very annoying, so how do you achieve both an item count at the bottom of the page while continuing to hide all deleted messages? Until two days ago this is what I had but something seems to have changed and I can find no way to rectify it.
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I agree with comments made by Rhonda. I too want to see the number of emails in each folder. This seems to have disappeared with the changes. I am also working off a MAC! Please help! This is a bad change!
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I want the number of emails in any folder to show in the task bar at the bottom of Outlook, as it did in previous setup. The above doesn't help as I know how to select, against each folder either new or all emails. Best of both worlds, select new against the folder itself and have the task bar show the total number of emails in the folder - this is how it used to be. Would appreciate help. thankyou
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I know how to apply this setting, my issue is that I'm trying to set it for a 'Shared mailbox' and after applying the setting it reverts back to 'show unread' within about ~15 seconds. Why won't it keep the setting and how do I correct it to keep 'show all' permanently?
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[quote]I know how to apply this setting, my issue is that I'm trying to set it for a 'Shared mailbox' and after applying the setting it reverts back to 'show unread' within about ~15 seconds. Why won't it keep the setting and how do I correct it to keep 'show all' permanently?By Brian[/quote] Did you ever figure this out, I have the same issue???
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Hi, I'm looking for a way to display the numbers in the Navigation Pane like you suggest in Method A. I used to have it this way, but suddenly it disappeared. I don't know what I've done to make this setting... Can you help me out? Thanks in advance!
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