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Thursday, January 07, 2010 8:18 PM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote I don't have that with large icons. I'm on Exchange 2007 server. Any suggestions? Related Content Increase the New Mail Desktop Alert duration for Outlook 2013 on Windows 8 Delayed or no New Mail Notifications for Outlook 2013 on Windows 8 New mail envelope and Source

We are not talking about desktop alerts, nor task bar overlay envelope that only appears if icons on the task bar are not set to small. Tegami Thank you! It doesn't display the email body text with the notification, and only the sender name and subject are displayed. For more information about hotfixes see; What are Hotfixes? find this

Outlook 2013 Desktop Alert Not Working

Okay I WAS having a similar issue and stumbled across this thread. I will say that My productivity has been increasing now that my email alerts don't work. Click to open the Desktop Alert menu. 2. Any suggestions please?

I've just been given a Windows 7 PC (for work), and I hate it. See larger image Microsoft Outlook 2010 Inside Out (Paperback) List Price: $54.99 USD New From: $8.00 USD In Stock Used from: $0.59 USD In Stock

See larger image Office Herman. Outlook 2016 Notifications Not Working On this page tick 'display a desktop alert' and 'play a sound' in STEP2 click the underlined play asound (the 'notify' sound should be fine in thelist, select it and click

I agree. If you use small icons however, the Outlook icon will never change. Password Site Map Posting Help Register Rules Today's Posts Search Site Map Home Forum Rules Members List Contact Us Community Links Pictures & Albums Members List Search Forums Show Threads https://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/office/en-US/f4162e2d-c40f-4d3d-a4c5-cd4ab8b8319d/outlook-2010-new-mail-notification-not-working?forum=outlook The Rules and Alerts feature allows you to specify the account you want to associate with the mail alert rule.

Friday, August 20, 2010 7:21 PM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote I was having the same issue with MS Outlook on Win 7 64-bit. Outlook 2010 Desktop Alert Display A Desktop Alert: Again scroll to the bottom of the list to put a check next to Display A Desktop Alert and then click the Next button. If you have rules that move messages you get the duplicated notificate. I hope that MS have fixed this issue for the final release.

Outlook 2016 Desktop Alert Not Working

This means that when you have added extra actions to the rule, like forwarding it to another address, those actions won't be executed either.A better solution is to create a generic I am thinking possibly the email envelope seems to work on a user by user basis. Outlook 2013 Desktop Alert Not Working Unfortunately the second it isn't fixed in the final. Outlook Notifications Not Working 2013 At least now I can see notificationsfor emails that go to my other folders, not only the inbox folder,plus the envelope on the notification area.

Maybe it has to do with importing in previous Outlook 2007 accounts? http://cestudios.net/not-working/notification-outlook-2010-not-working.html Any idea why? Reply alex 3:45 PM December 22, 2012 Hello Highland, No Problem! Why should I be FORCED to use "Default (LARGE) Icons" to have the Mail Icon change??? Outlook Desktop Alert Not Working

Every time I get an email in my inbox I get an alert and I get the envelope in the system tray. Anyone has any ideas we can try to make it work? I have to check into that. have a peek here Let me know if this also worked for you or if you need any clarifications.

How to setup the alert: Open Outlook 2007 Click on Tools > Options > Preferences Click on E-Mail Options > Advanced E-Mail Options Check Show envelope icon in notification area Check Display a Outlook Email Notification Popup Not Working alex Reply Jay 5:26 PM August 16, 2012 Thanks for the updates..it works Reply alex 3:44 PM December 22, 2012 Hello Jay, No problem. Click on the 'Rules' icon then 'Manage Rules & Alerts' 3.

When you are moving your emails to a different folder by a message rule, you will not get this alert.

For more info about this see:Increase the New Mail Desktop Alert duration for Outlook 2013 on Windows 8Just a little math first to clarify the working of the registry key;The value I setup the rule exactly the same way and I get no desktop alert or any other. I sent test email and nothing except the sound that new item was received. Outlook Desktop Alert Preview Not Working Wednesday, July 14, 2010 6:26 PM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote Good job, guys.

Is it possible to make outlook also check periodically these folders and display the alert? I have three different IMAP accounts and none of them work. http://www.addictivetips.com/microsoft-office/outlook-2010-imap-notification-alert/ Regards Monday, August 02, 2010 4:20 PM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote This brought back desktop alerts for my IMAP account (Windows 7 64-bit, Office 2010 Professional). Check This Out In Rules Wizard, we will start with creating a blank rule.

Microsoft as far as I am aware will not be releasing a hotfix to fix the issue with email alerts as it will be back to the performance issues again. Under Duration, drag the slider bar to the number of seconds for which you want new Desktop Alerts to remain visible on your desktop. I'd rather have the desktop alert pop up near the middle (right of left screen, or left of right screen) where I'm more likely to see it. As my enquiry to them was about IMAP accounts I cannot say what they will be doing with other email alert related issues if indeed there are any other than the

Don't want to... I have no doubt it is possibly the design as opposed to the setup. I had created some rules to move mails to other specific folders and to display a deskotp alert on message arrival on these folders. This is Windows 7 and I forgot that the notifications are controlled different way.

Can I somehow get the old big alert and sound back when a new message arrives? If Outlook isn’t listed, you haven’t received a new message yet so Outlook isn’t registered yet as an app that receives notifications. Saturday, August 21, 2010 1:05 AM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote Hotmail is MAPI, not IMAP. It even notifies you if new mail ends up in your Junk EMail folder, twice (once for the original and once for the move done by Outlook junk filtering) Totally agree,

They are aware of a number of tickets regarding the issue and extra ones can only help. I have the notification area set to show all icons and notifications. Yes, but I can do without it. When Desktop Alerts don’t appear Desktop Alert notifications don’t appear during the initial synchronization of an email account or when you request a manual Send/Receive.

Monday, August 16, 2010 1:22 PM Reply | Quote 2 Sign in to vote Hi All, I have just got off the phone to Microsoft regarding the issues raised on Mail Alert is easy to install and just as easy to configure as shown below in the Mail Alert configuration window. If you receive a large number of items within a particular period of time, Microsoft Outlook displays a single Desktop Alert to indicate that you received several new items. Well, I'm back using Windown Live Mail.