Solved How to get meeting invites to display at top of InBox?

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June 4, 2015 at 16:46:37
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With my Outlook installation at work, meeting invites display way at the bottom of the earliest email in my InBox. For this reason I often miss them. What do I need to do to get meeting invites to display chronologically along with incoming emails?
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June 5, 2015 at 03:44:02
There are column headings at the top of the Inbox - From, Recieved, Size, Attachment, etc. Clicking those column headings typically determines the sort order.

As far as I know, most users sort by Recieved, which keeps the Inbox in chronological order. I can't think of a column heading option that would sort email messages chronologically but push meeting notices to the bottom of the Inbox.

We don't use the Outlook calendar very often so I don't get too many meeting notices, but when I do, they are listed chronologically with the rest of my email. I can play around a bit at work today to see what I can find.

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June 4, 2015 at 17:12:36
Does the subject line of emails include the word meeting?

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June 4, 2015 at 18:14:28
Not sure what you're asking. Again, Outlook seems to be handling Meeting Notices separately from regular emails by placing them at the very bottom of the list of incoming mail. I would like the meeting notices to appear chronologically at/near the top of the list, just as new incoming emails do.
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June 5, 2015 at 02:02:06
Normally - at least in my limited experience - messgaes are by default listed inorder pf aririval (by date & time). There is an option to change that "default"; one of which is sender. There is also option to create a rule based on defined factors.

So check what the default setting is; if there is something in the list of "sort by) that may allow to change the situation? Equally one could also create a rule - based on prrhaps the sibject line? That subject would need to include a regularly used word, e.g. Meetimg?

Hence my question in above post.


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June 5, 2015 at 03:44:02
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There are column headings at the top of the Inbox - From, Recieved, Size, Attachment, etc. Clicking those column headings typically determines the sort order.

As far as I know, most users sort by Recieved, which keeps the Inbox in chronological order. I can't think of a column heading option that would sort email messages chronologically but push meeting notices to the bottom of the Inbox.

We don't use the Outlook calendar very often so I don't get too many meeting notices, but when I do, they are listed chronologically with the rest of my email. I can play around a bit at work today to see what I can find.

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