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    John Powell commented  · 

    Ability to Condense/Expand One/all from name to full template content would be great... Love the My Templates Add-In - it does a lot of what I did with multiple signatures but in a way that works for both outlook client and outlook web.

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    John Powell commented  · 

    Now I realize this post relates to Outlook.com... my issue (and Rebel's Rock Star solution) was related to Outlook client. I checked Outlook.com and sure enough, I agree with everyone else here - Top Results is not effective and should be "retired" or at least provide a way to turn it off. I checked all options and didn't find an obvious way to disable "Top Results".

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    Agreed - Rebel Pickle is a rock star. In Outlook client I have been getting these weird "Received Date" two years in the future in the "Top Results" category. Tried a bunch of things like rebuilding OST, before finding this page and Rebel's solution... worked like a charm.

    I can't help but add that any date in any software that can't be displayed as yyyy-mm-dd is going to lead to confusion at some point. Like or dislike ISO standards, this one makes sense in a global world.

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