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    3 May 2018

    Outlook.com Beta doesn’t allow “View Source” without opening the message

    Outlook.com Beta (Web based) doesn’t allow access to a “Junk” message source (for spam/scam/fish determination) without first opening it. Then, of course, any beacon or “phone home” component in the message is activated. Same is true of "suspect messages" possibly containing "malware HTML or javascripts" that reach you in the Inbox.

    We need the “View Source” function that will work without first opening the message in both the Inbox and the Junk Folders.

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    CWH commented  · 

    Restore easy Contact “lists” or “Groups”, now lost.

    The previous version of my Outlook.com accommodated "list" construction, then called "Group", by:

    "Or, you can do it this way.
    1.Click the check box next to each contact you want to add to a new group.
    2.Click Groups, then click New group.
    3.Enter a group name, and then click Save."

    My current Version of Outlook Mail (nee Outlook.com, hotmail.com OWA) Outlook Web Application 16.1216.7.1986465 is running in IE11 under Windows 7.

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    CWH commented  · 

    The "add to list" UI without being able to see and select from all of the contacts is a very poor design. It makes "list" construction of more than 5 entries so difficult that it is useless.

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    40 comments  ·  Outlook on the web (Office 365)  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
    CWH commented  · 

    Making a "List" or "Group" of Contacts is now difficult.
    Bring back the method that actually can be used:

    1.Click the check box next to each contact you want to add to a new group.

    2.Click Groups, then click New group.

    3.Enter a group name, and then click Save."

    that was in a previous incarnation of Outlook OWA.

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