The temporary fix as explained in previous posts is to setup a rule in outlook to show desktop alerts (Note this will not provide the new email envelope or outlook icon Friday, January 15, 2010 7:55 PM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote I do not even have that. In the drop down next to it, select "Show icon and notifications". Nice t know I'm not alone. Source
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. Yes, but I can do without it. Any help with regards to this would be appreciated. In the Inbox, Home tab, I clicked Rules, and followed the directions in the Create Rule dialog box. https://support.office.com/en-us/article/Turn-Desktop-Alerts-on-or-off-a83fe224-3109-4de0-a1ab-c33fd103a422
I have the notification area set to show all icons and notifications. Click on the 'Rules' icon then 'Manage Rules & Alerts' 3. Tick the box that says 'through the specified account' in STEP 1and then click in the underlined specified and choose your account in STEP 2. Win7 Ultimate 64 bit with Exchange 2007 I added the icon to the taskbar manually, since it did not add itself automatically upon installation.
There are many forums online on this topic and there is a lot of people mad about this.... All I did was to RIGHT click on the outlook icon beside the clock. Win7 Enterprise. Outlook 2016 Notifications I will say that My productivity has been increasing now that my email alerts don't work.
I am very interested now to see if some IMAP users are indeed getting an envelope icon. I have ADD. :) Yeah, you can get a lot more done if you take regular breaks and check for mail instead of reading mail every time you see the envelope. Okay I WAS having a similar issue and stumbled across this thread. Go Here 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
Will keep the forum posted Cheers Sunday, August 15, 2010 4:42 PM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote Just started using Outlook 2010. Outlook Desktop Alert Not Working To change the transparency of Desktop Alerts or how long they're visible, choose Desktop Alert Settings. Please keep us updated with the info you get regarding this. The need is for the "system tray" icon/envelope indicating new mail.
I have tried many of the suggestions people have made and none of them have worked. http://cestudios.net/not-working/new-mail-notification-outlook-2003-not-working.html I've been trying Outlook since the beta stage, now I bought the final version. I have been able to resolve it, but the resolution makes no sense, other than uncovering a bug, which has clearly gone undetected or fixed. Are you also running your email account as IMAP? Outlook 2013 Desktop Alert Not Working
Maybe it's better when more than one ask for this. This trick is working fine for me so far. Outlook Today? have a peek here i got this problem after a windows update a few days before.7600.16399.090723-1728_x86fre_client_en-us_Retail_Ultimate-GRMCULFRER_EN_DVD Friday, October 15, 2010 7:44 AM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote This problem is not only
Swipe in from the right. I'm not sure if everyone here is talking about the same thing. Therefore, please don't propose your idea as answer. Outlook 2010 Email Notification Let me know if this also worked for you or if you need any clarifications.
Edit: OK, I do see that on the taskbar (not tray) icon, a little hard to see envelope shows when an unread message is in your inbox, but again it is To get an alert for all new messages see the section “Configure the Mail Alert to monitor al folders; not just the Inbox” of the guide Creating a permanent New Mail BTW. http://cestudios.net/not-working/new-mail-notification-outlook-2010-not-working.html Make sure that Outlook 2013 has its App Notification enabled as well in Windows 8 settings.
It is normal that the Outlook 2013 isn’t shown but it is not normal that Outlook 2013 isn’t listed at all. There are a couple other issues I'll mention here just for completeness. 1. Is there an official fix or workaround that anyone knows of? including myself.
I created a ticket with Microsoft. But the format is different in Outlook 2010. Saturday, August 21, 2010 2:03 AM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote It would seem this is still not working. It does create duplicates but I bet I can also create a rule to delete them after a while.
You will need your product ID from Office which is under File and then Help in Outlook 2010 and be signed in to Windows Live. It's really annoying.. Under Duration, drag the slider bar to the number of seconds for which you want new Desktop Alerts to remain visible on your desktop. Sure seems though that it is now an issue as opposed to it being by design.