It's working as expected. Only new mail for a folder will show and not for a
parent folder. Not enough subroutines in the code to to check I would
The only thing you can do is move the folder out to the same level if you
want to see if new mail arrives.
I can't recal if it did this properly in Outlook Express. If it did, then
they ripped a bit too much from the code and if it didn't then it's not
going to do what you are wanting unless they rewrite or write some
additional code to accomplish it.
If something doesn't work like it did before in OE, they probably ripped it
out of there.Blame the focus groups.
"Rapid" <email@example.com> wrote in message
> Hi all
> I have filters for incoming email that puts the messages into subfolders.
> If the parent folder is expanded and I can see the subfolder name, I can
> see the number of new messages after the subfolder name and the subfolder
> name itself is bolded. All is well.
> The problem I'm having is that if the parent folder is collapsed, and
> there is new mail in a subfolder, nothing indicates that there is new mail
> in a subfolder. I have to have all the folder names expanded and
> displayed, which doesn't work as I have to scroll through the complete
> folder list every time I want to see if I have new mail.
> Surely I must be missing something here. How do I get notified of new mail
> arriving into subfolders?
> Thanks in advance.