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如何在Outlook中按未讀和日期排序電子郵件?

眾所周知,Microsoft Outlook默認情況下按接收日期對電子郵件進行排序。 有時,您可能需要在頂部顯示所有未讀的電子郵件,並同時按日期對電子郵件進行排序,但是在Outlook中似乎無法按未讀對電子郵件進行排序。 或者,我們可以先搜索或僅顯示未讀電子郵件,然後在Outlook中按日期對這些未讀電子郵件進行排序。

按未讀郵件排序,然後用搜索未讀郵件的日期進行排序

按未讀排序電子郵件,然後在未讀郵件的搜索文件夾中日期

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此方法將幫助您在郵件文件夾中搜索所有未讀電子郵件,然後在Outlook中按日期對這些搜索到的未讀電子郵件進行排序。 您可以執行以下操作:

步驟1:打開您要按未讀日期排序的郵件文件夾。

第2步:激活 搜索工具 將光標置於搜索框中,然後單擊 未讀 上的按鈕 檢索 標籤在Outlook 2010和2013中。

筆記:

(1)在Outlook 2013中,您也可以點擊 未讀 在郵件列表頂部以搜索未讀電子郵件。

(2)在Outlook 2007中,您需要通過單擊 ,點擊 添加條件 > 更多內容,然後單擊 更多內容 框,然後選擇 沒有 從下拉列表中。 請參閱以下屏幕截圖:

步驟3:然後按一下日期,按日期對所有未讀電子郵件進行排序 日期 ,在 安排 組上 瀏覽 標籤在Outlook 2010和2013中。

備註:在Outlook 2007中,您需要單擊 瀏覽 > 排列方式 > 日期.


箭頭藍色右氣泡按未讀排序電子郵件,然後在未讀郵件的搜索文件夾中日期

除了搜索未讀電子郵件,我們還可以在“未讀郵件”的搜索文件夾中顯示所有未讀電子郵件,然後按日期輕鬆對這些未讀電子郵件進行排序。

第1步:切換到“郵件”視圖,點擊 新搜尋資料夾 上的按鈕 標籤在Outlook 2010和2013中。

備註:在Outlook 2007中,您需要單擊 文件 > 全新 > 搜索文件夾.

步驟2:在打開的“新建搜索文件夾”對話框中,

(1)單擊以選擇 未讀郵件 ,在 選擇一個搜索文件夾 框;

(2)點擊 搜索郵件 框並指定您將收集其未讀電子郵件的電子郵件帳戶;

(3)點擊 OK 按鈕。

然後,在指定的電子郵件帳戶下創建“未讀郵件”的搜索文件夾。

步驟3:在導航窗格中找到新創建的“未讀郵件”搜索文件夾,然後將其打開。

第4步:點擊日期,按日期對這些未讀電子郵件進行排序 日期 ,在 安排 組上 瀏覽 標籤。

備註:在Outlook 2007中,您需要單擊 瀏覽 > 排列方式 > 日期.


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This is NOT the answer to the question you listed. Your clickbait title is "How to sort emails by unread then date in Outlook?" but your "answers" are how to use search and filter. Not an answer.
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well, we can achieve this feature in office 365 which displays unread conversations based on same subject as a group at the top and we can further optimize that with creating rules.
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uhmmm... what? I think what most are talking about here is the simplicity of having unread in a section at the top (by date) then all other e-mail, at the same time, just below that, also by date. Simple feature Gmail has had for years.
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Ya, I can't believe (well actually I can) that Microsoft hasn't figured this out. INCREDIBLY useful feature that should be a no-brainer.
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[quote]Useless. This is not what the guy asked. He asked to have the inbox automatically and always show the unread emails at the top, sorted by date, and the read emails in the inbox below those, also sorted by date. Not to have to search for unread emails that he can sort by date, or to only filter unread emails that he can sort by date. This is a very useful request, as I find it works amazingly well in GMail. Outlook does not seem to have the ability to perform this function, though it would have been the most used setting in any outlook mailbox on the planet.By Jaco Liebenberg[/quote] I agree. This is what outlook users want to be able to do.
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Useless. This is not what the guy asked. He asked to have the inbox automatically and always show the unread emails at the top, sorted by date, and the read emails in the inbox below those, also sorted by date. Not to have to search for unread emails that he can sort by date, or to only filter unread emails that he can sort by date. This is a very useful request, as I find it works amazingly well in GMail. Outlook does not seem to have the ability to perform this function, though it would have been the most used setting in any outlook mailbox on the planet.
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YES!! All the other email programs seem to be able to do this. Does anyone know of a work around for Outlook?
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