If you work in an office, then the chances are you spend a lot of time dealing with email, most probably in Microsoft Outlook. It’s worth taking a little time to get Outlook to display the information you need. For email, the best way to do this is with folder views. Here’s how they work.
Every place you keep your email in Outlook—whether it’s the inbox, sent items, archive, deleted items, or any other place—is a folder. Each of those folders looks the same by default, with columns that contain metadata about the email, like the sender, subject, date and time received, and so on. Outlook groups the emails by date (with the latest at the top), styles unread messages in bold blue text, and shows messages you’ve read in a regular black font.