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Outlook 2003 shows email address as subject in subject line

Posted on 2009-07-10
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When a new email comes in.  The subject line shows my email address, but if you hold cursor over the subject line, the subject will apear in a gray window.  I do not know what changed, but it rather bothersome.
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lumberjak earned 500 total points
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Hello -
I don't know if you're an accountant or not, but as one, it's little details like that that bother me also :-)

I'm assuming you are referring to the main email view page in Outlook.  To add the subject line to your view, click View -> Arrange By -> Custom.  Then click the Fields option (should be top one).  Find 'Subject' on the left side and then click 'Add' to add it to your view in Outlook.

This should resolved the issue but let me know.
Cheers
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