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    S R commented  · 

    Similarly email that when I put my mouse over the in-box "from" column no sender's email address value is shown. This is rare but so obviously SPAM, so why do you let some of these through are you being paid to let some SPAM into the in-box?

    Please explain why spam filtering puts email in junk folder even though mailing list is in my contacts list and safe senders list and

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    Just to clarify Firefox 52.9 is the last supported 3rd party browser version for Windows XP SP3. On Desktop PC, in my setup, I see 3 columns for outlook email (preview pane is off). Moving the mouse between the 3 columns (folder list,mail item list, and advert columns) causes the mail item list to be erased and rebuilt takes about 2 secs, the same thing happens moving mouse up and down the mail item list. This is backward compatibility bug as rebuilding list is not needed - I am just moving up or down focussed on subject text. Is there any workaround to stop this insane madness.

    Sometimes viewing mail item displays for one second and the content goes away. Close mail item and open it again and it is fine. I know you can write backward compatible code it just disable what ever the feature that is not supported for this older browser. These two minor bugs just drive you insane :-)

    (Please do not say upgrade you OS I already know that I just need outlook to play nice with an older Chrome or Firefox - this system is for running legacy apps.)

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    If this feature is added I would like the ability to opt out as it could tell unsolicited emailers fishing for active email address that they have succeed. Some junk email can still slip through to the inbox. I have no problem making it a default setting as long as I can turn it off.

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    Is there a way to search for only "flagged" messages like a logic operator is:flagged (similar to gmail "is:starred")?

    If not I think it would be useful to add this to Outlook.live.com

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