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Stop Outlook from asking me to confirm whenever I delete an email.

Posted on 2008-10-15
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When I used to delete an email in Outlook it would just go to the deleted items without any further interaction.

Now when I try to delete an email it asks be to confirm deletion before sending it to the deleted items.

How do I get rid of the confirmation dialog?
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Question by:xy8088
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Hello xy8088,

In Outlook 2003, you would select Tools|Options from the menu, then click the Other tab on the Options
dialog.  In the General section, click Advanced Options, and then unclick warn defore deleting items.

Regards,

Patrick
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From Outlook GUI...

Tools -> Options -> Other -> Advanced Options

deselect Warn before permanently deleting items
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by:xy8088
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Doh! It was Outlook 2003 not 2007. Thanks matthewspatrick.
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