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This may be hidden in the options somewhere but a glance through didn't find it: Is it at all possible to set Outlook so that a click on the "Reply" button (or, as I do, hitting Ctrl-R) will always reply-to-all, rather than reply to one? Or, I suppose, a basic switch of the reply buttons so that the default is reply-to-all, and, for example, I could hit Ctrl-Shift-R instead to reply to one? It's annoying me to constantly have to hit reply-to-all when that's all I do, and I sometimes forget to do it.

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you can modify the ribbon to remove the reply button , that way you will only have reply to all , i am not sure but i think you can also modify the hotkey so that alt-R or ctrl-r is binded to reply to all . – Shekhar Jan 7 '11 at 18:51
    
@Shark should be an answer, since it's correct. – Eugene Mayevski 'EldoS Jan 7 '11 at 20:06
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You can modify the ribbon to remove the reply button , that way you will only have reply to all , i am not sure but i think you can also modify the hotkey so that alt-R or ctrl-r is binded to reply to all

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Best I'm going to get, I suppose. Thanks! – Andrew Jan 10 '11 at 14:15

The keyboard short-cut listed in Keyboard shortcuts for Microsoft Outlook 2010 is:

CtrlShiftR

See here:

Microsoft Office 2010 Keyboard Shortcut Excerpt

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Yes, this was noted in my original question. – Andrew Jan 4 '13 at 17:41

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