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One of my users  lost the “From” field in all of his folders.  He has been restoring them one by one as needed as he knows how to do that. What we want to know is if there is a way to get the "From" field in each folder without doing folders individually. So is there a way to do this globally?
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start > Run > (type) outlook /cleanviews with outlook closed.
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Worked like a champ!  Thanks!
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Greetings, CPChem1 !

Open the dialog by right-clicking on the field names at the top of the list pane and selecting Custom.

The options you can choose from when customizing or creating views include Reset Current View—Restore the default views to their original state.

Best wishes!
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