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Turn off Conversation view in OWA Exchange 2010 SP1 by default

Posted on 2011-03-02
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Is it now possible to globally default a new users mailbox in Exchange 2010 SP1 to have the conversation view unchecked in OWA?
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no as far as i know it is a much requested feature but not available
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That is too bad that you can't turn off the conversation view by default in a global setting. For now, I just send a welcome email with some instructions on how to turn off.

If at some time you can, please post an update.
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