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Mike Gladys

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    Mike Gladys commented  · 

    I need to have a number of mailboxes (separate .pst files) open. I have a list of .pst folders in the folders pane. Seems sensible so far and has worked really REALLY well in Outlook 2007.

    Not so in 365. Oh no. Some clown decided to add far, far, far too much spacing between the loaded .pst files in the Folder Pane (spacing of 3 yes, THREE! lines). It has had a stupidly big impact on my work since the shift to Outlook 365.

    Bring back Office 2003. No ribbon and stuff that was only minimally user-hostile

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    Mike Gladys commented  · 

    Right. After trying the various solutions I STILL have big issues with the usability of Outlook in Orifice 365. I have a number of mailboxes open. There is far too much spacing between the loaded .pst files in the Folder Pane (spacing of 3 yes, THREE! lines). It has had a stupidly big impact on my work.

    The other problem is that all the mailbox names of all the .pst files are displaying in all lower case letters. This alone is causing grief far beyond what one could imagine and, coupled with the endless scrolling I now need to do simply because some idiot decided that white space was nice, means productivity has taken a big hit. I recall reading that if I wait for an update to apply itself, all will be well but nothing has happened yet.

    Bring back Office 2003. No ribbon and stuff that was only minimally user-hostile

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