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    We’ve identified one of the issues with Firefox which will be fixed when Firefox updates to version 57.

    One of our users has also posted a solution for Firefox that seems to work that you can try in the interim:
    1) Type “about:config” in the address bar.
    2) Click the “I accept the risk” button.
    3) Type “accessibility.blockautorefresh” in the search box (though, you might not have to do this – for me it is the third item from the very top in config).
    4) Double-click on the first item that appears to modify the value to “true”.
    5) Restart Firefox.

    We are also working on improving reliability and performance while scrolling that will help alleviate this issue on other browsers like Chrome, Edge, and IE. Those changes should be available soon and we will update this thread once those have been released.

    Thank you for your patience and understanding.

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    21 comments  ·  The new Outlook.com » Search  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
    dar 357 commented  · 

    Is there any way you can reinstate the feature of hovering over an E-Mail & having the option appear to delete just those from that E-Mail sender - without the HUGE Time-Consuming Job of creating a Task for each individual sender ?

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    Thank you, everyone, for reporting this issue to us. We understand the frustration around this issue that has been ongoing for some time, and are working to track down issues.

    In order to help us pinpoint issues, please be as descriptive as possible in highlighting what your specific issue is when posting a comment.

    In the meanwhile, here are some instructions and help to attempt to mitigate issues with your Mailbox:

    - In order to create rules: 1) Right-click on a specific email and select “Create rule”. 2) Select the overflow menu in the top menu bar and click “Create rule”. 3) Click “Settings” → “Mail” → “Rules” → “Add new rules”

    - Rules run in order from top to bottom on your rules list in the rules settings page. If you have a rule created with the option “Stop processing more rules” (enabled by default), once that rule condition…

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    dar 357 commented  · 

    Whom ever designed this layout should be "FIRED" with NO Severance Pay. I've been in IT as a career for a couple decades & find this not just confusing, but unnecessarily difficult. If you are trying to aggravate customers, you ARE doing a Great Job. Can NOT change Fonts at all.

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