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How do I get rid of stike-thoughs when I delete a message?

Posted on 2008-06-25
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Hi Everyone,
I am wondering how I can get rid of the strike-though when I delete a message? I am able to get rid of it in each folder individually, but is there a universal setting that can change it for all folders? I need to know for both 2003 and 2007 versions. Thanks!
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Question by:Brenae Noack
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I assume you're using IMAP? Try:

To hide messages already marked for deletion in Outlook:

Select View | Current View | Hide Messages Marked for Deletion from the menu.

In Outlook 2003, select View | Arrange By | Current View | Hide Messages Marked for Deletion.

Regards.
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Hello BrenaeDC,

If you select Edit on top menu and hit Purge, you will permanently delete the emails with strike through in them.

Hope this helps!
war1
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