Hey, we’re looking into this with our Information Protection team. Will provide an update in the next month or so!
I agree completely with comments made by others that Safe Senders is definitely broken. In addition to adding to Safe Senders, I've also created corresponding rules, to no avail.
This isn't the first time there has been issues with Safe Senders. No offense, Outlook Team, but this is getting very tiresome, particularly when watching for an important email and finding it in the Junk folder.
Echoing the sentiments of the others -- the favorite star is more than annoying. It is extremely frustrating when looking to access the Inbox and other folders, only to discover that the star was inadvertently touched by the mouse and it necessary yet again to remove from favorites. All folders I have created were done so for a reason and, thus, all are favorites.
PLEASE provide the option to remove that annoying star!
Please consider providing the option to disable Favorites. It is very irritating to keep accidentally adding a folder to favorites and having to unfavorite the folder. I have my folders very specifically organized and wish to maintain that organization.
Thank you to everyone who voted. We’re happy to report that we’re working on sync’ing signatures across devices. More details to come as we have them.
Ricardo, Duncan, Sunder and David on behalf of the Outlook team
I agree completely. Why not change the page color to yellow and make it look like an old-fashioned legal pad from school days?
The current spacing with lines separating emails takes too much screen space. If nothing else, make it an option and then users can have a "real theme" rather than merely a color change in the page header.
We’re working on bringing the ability to change weather locations to the beta experience. Thanks for the feedback!
I agree completely. No matter how many times I change the setting in the current Outlook.com to invisible, it changes back to Available. I do not use Skype and there is no need for my status to show to anyone at anytime.
I agree completely and have found in the current version that even after changing the setting and returning to the open tab later that it has been changed back to available.
If I want to use Skype, I will launch the app. If others want the ability to use Skype with their email, fine, but that is most definitely not my choice.
If you'll notice even with the current version, changing to "invisible" does not stay and changes to online -- a feature I dislike.
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Thanks for your patience. We’re putting Hiding the “Conversation History” folder (and other empty, unused folders) under consideration, for possible Outlook.com improvements.
I can't even figure out what the Conversation History folder is for. It is empty and most definitely no email "conversations" appear there.
Thanks for taking the time to post this suggestion we have added it to our review list.
I agree 100% with the others who have requested that the old method of creating rules be returned. The inability to add key word(s) from the subject is too restrictive. It makes no sense to repeat the entire subject line in the rule unless it is specifically applicable. The same applies to being able to just list the domain.name whether "when the message arrives" or when adding an exception since I don't want subscriptions or mail from office.com, for example, in my contacts.