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    9 comments  ·  Outlook for Mac » Mail  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
    Anonymous commented  · 

    I discovered how to edit the Subject line. Highlight, but do not open, the email desired. Then, click on Message. Then select EDIT MESSAGE. You should see the email open with the SUBJECT line in blue. You may now edit as desired. When finished, click on red X and you will see a prompt window asking if you want to save the change. Click on SAVE and it should be there.

    Anonymous commented  · 

    I agree totally. I used Outlook 2003 in my PC for years and had the ability to edit the email subject line. I just transitioned to Mac recently and purposely bought Office 365 thinking that Outlook would work as well as on my PC. Wrong. Not only can I not edit the subject line, I was unable to import my address book! As I continue to learn this new version of Outlook I wonder just how many more shortcomings will be discovered. There should be no reason that the Mac version is not identical to the PC versions of all the Office applications.

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    70 comments  ·  Outlook for Mac » Mail  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    I recently transitioned from a PC to a MacBook Pro. The PC had Office 2003 apps, including Outlook. Wanting to stay with Office apps I purchased Office 365 at the Apple store. I have since come to learn that DELIVERY and READ RECEIPT requests are limited to CERTAIN TYPES of Office 365 accounts. I didn't even know there was such a thing as Office 365 Business Premium or Exchange. Your support people explained that I don't have an account that includes this feature. WHY? It really angers me that I bought this product and that it would have all the functionality that I previously had in Outlook 2003 (which is much friendlier). It makes no sense to me that only certain types of accounts can have certain types of features. This issue is just one of several frustrating discoveries with Outlook for Mac. And I seem to discover more issues every week. Shame on me for not doing more web research on problems with Office 365 but shame on Microsoft for creating classes of customers. I am NOT a happy customer and I hope Microsoft rectifies this situation.

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