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How to show or restore the envelope icon in notification area in Outlook?

If Outlook envelope icon didn’t show in desktop notification area when you receive a new message, maybe the showing envelope icon option was unchecked. If you want to get noticed by the icon, you need to enable it. The following instructions will show you how to show the envelope icon.

Show or restore the envelope icon in notification area in Outlook

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arrow blue right bubble Show or restore the envelope icon in notification area in Outlook

1. Click File > Options. See screenshot:

2. In the Outlook Options dialog, click Mail. Under Message arrival section in the right pane, check Show an envelope icon in the taskbar box, then click OK.

 

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