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Outlook 2010 reading pane to bottom for all users

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I have tried to find a setting, either group policy or registry, which could be used to have Outlook 2010 reading pane in bottom by default. I found a GPO setting to disable reading pane, but have not found anything useful to choose if it on the bottom or right. We are using Windows 7 with Office 2010. Any suggestions?
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DerZauberer earned 500 total points
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Well i know there is a reg key to control this for one user, maybe that does help.

HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\Windows Messaging Subsystem\Profiles\Default Outlook Profile\0a0d020000000000c000000000000046
Key "01020402"

Change the first "byte" to '01' for reading (preview) pane at bottom.
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Thanks for your quick response, this was the way to do it.
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