Why did you change Trash to Delete and Spam to Junk? Trash and Spam are universal. Change them back to what they use to be. Thank you
Peter Kunzli commented
At last Microsoft are learning English (rather than hideous Yank speak)
Nikki Lynn Raver commented
Stop changing language period. it's like having to relearn how to read every time I open a new book.this habit alone has destroyed most of the functionality of compurts for me. I used to be proficient, now I can't read the instructions.
Mary Power commented
WAY too many fragments of inbox, can't delete or consolidate them. This email system has only made my emails more disorganised than ever. Thinking of changing email-provider...
Barb Kolowski commented
Trash and Spam are two different things.
Michael Haley commented
stop confusing things with all the changes. Put it back they way it was
Henri Berube commented
why change this. totally confusing!
My Name commented
Actually I think Delete and Junk are more appropriate words to use and in the English language more correct.
Eder López commented
Diana Sellers commented
Needs to get back to real.
I don't want this. American words like Trash are not universal at all!
Mattias Lille commented
I dont have no Trash folder no Deleted folder, even cannot delete any mail, so whats next?
Charles Seitz commented
why gratuitously change something that works perfectly well. Don't your programmers look at what is already in the program, or do they just reinvent the wheel?
Terry Bernstein commented
"Trash" is an American term. Leave that for the USA and let the rest of the world use English. "Delete" is a good term to use. It's a verb, which is what's needed. And it's the correct one.
Make this kind of standard maps costumisable by the user. I call it; SPAM is 'ongewenste mail' and DELETED is 'verwijderde mail'. I can do this also in email from my website.
Yahoo Mail commented
why is my mails not going to inbox
De la Mare Glass commented
It's just like Bing and ******* ****!!!!! they mean the same thing!!
Michael Dove commented
Disagree. They are not universal. But why not make them customisable?
Angus Macdonald commented
(Thank goodness) we aren't all American.
Alex Green commented
because we aren't all American.....
ELISABETH S. RASMUSSEN commented
WWII Britain, American, Yank?
Sorry, I don't want to offend anyone.
We know the differences between native languages of UK and US. In fact is English language. Long time ago I couldn't understand- my native language isn't English, so excuse my writing - what "mad" meant to people from US.
I agree with who have written about why or what for do Outlook - their employees and their employers - let all that spam, etc. when that shouldn't happen.