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Date= None in Outlook 2003

Posted on 2008-10-10
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In OUtlook 2003 for some reason all the messages in the inbox have the date as "None" instead of displaying the actual date. How can this be resolved? This only happened to one user in my company. Thanks
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David Lee earned 125 total points
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Hi, mark_witt.

Does the date appear as "None" only when looking at the inbox or also when a message is open?  If the former, then the first step I recommend is to reset the view.  To do that, right-click on the column header, select "Customize Current View", then click the "Reset Current View" button.
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