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    So, I've been using the beta with custom user CSS for vertically shorter message lines for a while now, (even with a 4K monitor and no DPI scaling). And message are thankfully not grouped. So far so good, it's not worse than what I was used to. Apart form the message rules still not fully working, especially not for spam, there is a small issue with reordering existing rules.

    There are arrows to shift a rule up or down, but unlike the beta Outlook online, (in the non-beta), you check a box and click the arrow until the rule is where you want it. In the beta, if you want to move a rule to the top, it's like chasing a rabbit since every time you click the move up arrow on the rule, the arrow itself moves. Compared to the non-beta Outlook, this is a great regression.

    Please add a rule ordering mechanism similar to the previous one, or at least one where you can rearrange them without moving the mouse X number of places the rule needs to move.

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    This problem has been going on ever since "Outlook" replaced Hotmail. I used to get next to nothing in spam, now I get anywhere from 10-40 messages a day. I guess that's not too bad for a 20-year old e-mail address, but still a shame! About 80-90% of the spam I get always have the same obvious identifiers that any filter or rule worth its salt could catch without a problem, (just like Hotmail did for years without error).

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