Ted Chen, from the Administrative Information Systems-Flow Management team shared a helpful tip after returning from vacation to a full inbox. You can search read:no (there’s a colon in between “read” and “no”) in the Outlook search field to automatically return only unread messages or choose the ‘Unread’ button from the ribbon in the Search menu which becomes active when setting your cursor in the Search field. Now if it would only automatically read and respond to messages, that’d be really helpful ;-)… Thanks for sharing Ted! Hopefully you can have all your email read in time for the weekend!

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