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It is not functional, it disperses me, before I found everything much faster. I do not like. Thanks for letting me comment.

It is not functional, it disperses me, before I found everything much faster. I do not like. Thanks for letting me comment.

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Thank you for your feedback. We appreciate that you took the time to write to us.

You might enjoy the new Outlook experience more with a few changes to your settings, which you can find by clicking the gear icon. Try changing the setting for Conversation view to Off, changing the setting for Reading pane to Hide, and changing the setting for Attachment preview to Off.

We’re always interested in new ideas, but we need some more specific feedback to fix the problem for you. If you have more detailed suggestions, please update your idea or add a new one.

You might also find this help article useful: aka.ms/outlookcombetahelp. It has some simple steps to fix common problems.

-The Outlook.com Team

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  • INTERIMLAMB WATCH commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    Receiving new mail is toooo slow!!
    For example, when I treat online bank wire, I cannot receive one-time password until its timeout. It takes at least tens of minutes.

  • Anonymous commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    The latest forced beta update to outlook web based e-mail is causing a similar problem since yesterday afternoon,

  • Lees76 commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    The latest forced beta update to outlook web based e-mail is causing a similar problem since yesterday afternoon,

    We tried that disabling the GIF and emo gees and the screen is still jumping-refreshing while typing and scrolling down.

    It does not matter what system we are on, this problem arrived with the new beta final version.

    We are on 150mbs up and down fiber to the office, gigabit wired Ethernet and 12gig memory on win 10 pro and win 7 pro machines.

    The grey pull bar on the right side disappears and refreshes constantly while trying to scroll down or up the page.

    We are unable to add to address recipients because the address bar is missing when we hit reply to your e-mail or anyone else, it is acting like text messages.

    This new system is unstable as nothing we have ever used before. This is UNPROFESSIONAL! How do we install an e-mail server client that does not have this crapware, are you telling me that your PROFESSIONAL COMMERCIAL USERS WILL BE GETTING THIS STUFF?

    I have over 14 hours in calls to Microsoft and msn and outlook trying to find someone with the knowledge to resolve this problem. We are not 15 and we do not want dancing **** piles or jumping animations, just rock solid e-mail access.

    Also the "Move All From" drop down button is now missing forcing me to have to click on all of the e-mails from one person to be moved.

    The system at https://outlook.live.com/owa

    was perfect!

    The forced upgrade system at https://outlook.live.com/mail/inbox

    is a major failure!

    We have been a monthly PAYING CUSTOMER for at least 18+ years. We pay $19.95 monthly for your e-mail service. We are not on the free hotmail service. This new service format is not what we need.

  • malcolm pearson commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    1. when I double-click on an incoming e-mail it opens multiple boxes which I then have to close.
    2. when scrolling down a list of Sent e-mails, it will sometimes suddenly return to an apparently random earlier e-mail and repeat this process multiple times.
    3. The New Contact box freezes, not allowing me to create a new contact.
    4. I want out - to Leave Beta - but am not allowed to - I'm stuck with it, like it or not. Lesson: NEVER EVER opt in to ANY future Beta.

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