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The problem you're facing is due to the Conversation view in Outlook. To turn it on/off as per your requirement, you need to follow these steps: For Outlook 2007/2010, open your Outlook >> click on View from the ribbon bar. Check the box to select the option 'Show as Conversations'. In the Conversation Settings, click to expend the four options and check ...


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In Outlook 2016, when you paste, press Ctrl and then click on "Set default paste...": When pressing Ctrl Then just select options, that are appropriate for you.


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Figured it out. Have to change your plain text font to a monospaced font such as Courier New. Described here: File, Options, Mail, Stationery and Fonts Set "Composing and reading plain text messages" font to Courier New. More info here.


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File > Options > Trust Center > Trust Center Settings > Email Security > Read all Standard Mail in Plain Text


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Does anyone know if there is any difference between the 2010 PST files on Windows 10 and Windows 7? No, there is no difference. The PST is generated by the Outlook application. As long you install from the same Office 2010, your PST will transfer seamlessly. I will say though, if you plan on sharing your PST via Dropbox, you're better off using ...


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Attached picture details the kind of problem I'm routinely dealing with. One email has all the categories I assigned, a newly arrived one has none. Clicking on 'Categorize' gives what the forefront square picture shows : eg one email is categorized 'coupon' the other one is not (hence the aspect of the box next to the category : not checked but not blank ...


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For Outlook 2013: go to Categorize dropdown in the Ribbon and select All Categories. Select your category In the Shortcut Key dropdown on the right, select one of the pre-defined shortcut key Not sure if this is available in earlier versions of Outlook.


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You can enter a tab character from the keyboard by using the number pad with NumLock engaged. The ASCII hexadecimal code for the tab character is "09". Hold down the Alt key and type "09" on the number pad. When you release the Alt key a tab character is generated.


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Yes, you can remove those folders without impacting your archive because the items are no longer in the data file you are using. Unlike a traditional backup in which a copy is made, archived items are moved to a separate Outlook Data File and set aside to be accessed when needed. Source - How to Archive email in Outlook 2010


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A solution is given in this answer: Just book the room as usual and then go to your calendar and switch your status to "Free" for this meeting. This allows me to book the room without setting myself as "Busy" for the entire time of the visit. It would be preferable to be able to book the room for the entire visit as one block and then plan different ...


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Just happened to me as well for Outlook 2010. To fix this, I went into "Stationery and Fonts", changed the fonts to something else, then re-saved the font settings back to what I wanted (Arial as default), then closed and re-opened Outlook again and it's normal again.


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this one worked for me: right click the account(above the inbox earlier) and click sort subfolders A-Z. Let me know if this helps!


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It sounds like you are trying to add an Exchange account to an existing Outlook profile. Instead you should create a new Outlook profile under Start > Control Panel > Mail > Profiles > Add. It sound like your company has Autodiscover enabled externally so just input your email address and then add your work AD credentials.


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As mentioned in the list of the keyboard shortcuts in the Outlook Help page: Ctrl+v then Ctrl+SPACE seems a reasonable solution that gives a way to apply the current format of the mail you're writing to the text you paste. An alternative is Ctrl+v then Ctrl+Shift+z which removes any format.


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Based on your pictures it appears that it's shadow/high-lighting being applied to the text in the title bar. Notice in the affected one the title is really long (visible in picture -- "...et UDF M") where as the other is not.


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I have several accounts as well and the no drop down is definitely a pain. It is spotty but sometimes the address pops up when you type the first letter which you can then click on. I did find by accident that if you type the first letter or two and the email address does not pop up automatically, just click on 'sign in', it will obviously be an error and ...



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