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Piotr Suplat

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    58 comments  ·  Outlook for Android  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    Piotr Suplat commented  · 

    OK, so this actually works - however it is far from intuitive.
    When you delete a message from within a conversation entire conversation is being moved to trash.

    Now, if you click the delete button in the first column it will attempt to delete the entire conversation, however if you click on the conversation, in the details column on the right the message you deleted will be opened by default. You can then delete this message. You will get a confirmation box, that this message will be permanently deleted. Once confirmed, ONLY THAT message will be deleted and the conversation thread will no longed be visible in the trash (and it will still be in the inbox).

    I have tested this by clearing 2 separate conversation thread from automatic out-of-office response messages, and all seems to work fine.

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    73 comments  ·  The new Outlook.com » Mail  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    Piotr Suplat commented  · 

    My SafeSenders list also doesn't work as expected.

    When I add email to the list I still get the annoying the "Attachments, pictures and links in this message have been blocked because the sender isn't in your Safe Senders list."

    From a software developer's perspective, getting the senders email address and checking it against a user defined "safe list" is something a heavily hangover-ed recent graduate of mediocre university/college could do, but apparently for billion dollar IT company this is proving to be quite a challenge.

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