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Only see the last two weeks of emails

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    Only see the last two weeks of emails

    I'm up and running but I can't see any of my emails that are from more than a couple weeks ago. How do I see all of my emails.

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  2. #2

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    Windows 8.1 x64

    While in Mail, open (Charms) > Settings > Accounts, and click on your account from the list. The option is the third drop-down box (and the default is 2 weeks).
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Only see the last two weeks of emails

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