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outlook new mail issue

Posted on 2009-06-29
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when a new message arrives I just want the header but it shows some of the body how do I vhange that
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Can you post a screenshot please?

I will guess here...

Inside Outlook, click View, and uncheck "Autopreview"...... Or you can even disable/enable the reading pane.....

See if thats what you want.....
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by:mickeypar
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zenworksb,

try turning off the navigation pane, let me know if this is what you want....

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by:Joseph Daly
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It could also be the autopreview option under the view toolbar. This will show a few lines of the email in the screen. You can turn this off if you only want to see the subject. A screenshot will help us determine which of the 3 you need to do.

Thanks
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