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    Andrew Pengely commented  · 

    I have a lot of rules. Most are there to divert low urgency mail (ie. supplier updates), into a folder for reading at a time that suits me. This has resulted in a lot of rules over the years and some of these are now old and obsolete. My suggestion is that in the rules management view a column gets added showing the most recent date that specific rule has been activated. This would allow easy identification of rules that have become obsolete and make management and tidy up so much easier.

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    When managing rules it would be useful to display the e-mail address alongside the display name as sometimes the e-mail address has multiple display names associated with it. It would also make it easier to remove duplicate rules that come from the same e-mail address.

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    Hello all,

    While this request is being reviewed for future consideration please try this workaround solution:

    • Click on the Deleted Items Folder
    • Click on View tab on the command bar
    • Choose “Change View – Manage View” command on the command bar
    • Click “New” in the right to create a new
    • Name the view “Calendar”
    • Pick the Day/Week/Month “type of view”
    • Click OK. Now you should get dialog that lets you customize the view.
    • Now click on Columns –
    Change the select available fields in bottom-left to All Appointments Fields
    Select the “Start” field on the left and Click Start → on the right.
    Select the “End” field on the left and Click End → on the right.
    Click OK
    • Click on Filter…
    Click on the “Advanced Tab”
    Click on the Field Drop Down – All Mails Field – “Message Class”
    You…

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    Andrew Pengely commented  · 

    Fix the bug. I have an HP Pro X2 connected to two 23" external monitors. To get the best readability on my notebook I have set the display scale to 125%. Due to the well known fuzzy font problem in Outlook I have followed the recommended fix for this by setting all my screens to scale to 125%. And to be honest this improves the readability across the whole setup.

    Now for the bug. With this configuration when I edit an Outlook contact I cannot see the bottom part of the contact form (ie. the lower part of the address). I cannot adjust the size of this box and I cannot scroll inside this box. So I am stuck with a limited view of my contact unless I rescale all of my display settings.

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