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How to auto-maximize window in Outlook Express?

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I use Outlook Express and I don't activate the Preview Pane. I prefer to read my email in a new window by double-clicking the message. But I find it irritating that I have to keep maximizing the new window for each message. Outlook seems unable to save the setting automatically. How could I auto-maximize it?  Thanks.
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Unfortunately you can't. I also have the same problem and have looked into it to no avail.

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