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    Always show sender's email address before opening email. It's quite simple really, and helps with security.

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    25 comments  ·  The new Outlook.com » Spam  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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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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    223 comments  ·  Outlook.com  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    As much as this HIGHLY annoyed me, (as does the “compare both files” option when copying a single file in the new windows explorer), it finally occur to me I can now *drag-and-drop* messages to folders, thus moving things with a single click. Okay, I’m content with that. :) So I figured I’d let everyone on this thread know also!

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    Well, M$ turned a deaf ear to this same problem in Windows Explorer when the icon spacing jumped from 1 to 6 pixels... even in /details/ view! Thankfully, the third party program Folder Options X works like a charm, even on Windows 8/10, (which I thankfully don’t have but still use).

    This should be easy enough to fix on an individual basis, but sorry Outlook is disrespecting and ignoring my custom CSS through the accessibility user style sheet! Stupidly, my dad’s outlook does have single line for every message. I learned that’s because he doesn’t have the preview pane enabled! As soon as you enable a preview pane, the single line becomes a bulky 2 (or 3 if message preview is enabled). How backward can an interface get?

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