Outlook 2010 folder view restore

Posted on 2011-10-05
Last Modified: 2012-06-27
a user has tampered around with his folders by drag`n dropping them around and now all is screwed up.

how can i restore outlook to its original view before it was changed?
Question by:quickslvr
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    by:Sikhumbuzo Ntsada
    Have you tried to reset the views tab?

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    To reset the folder names, log on to a computer on the SU domain under the user's account. Open up command prompt (Start -> Run -> cmd)

    Type C: and press enter to make sure you're on the C drive.
    Type cd "\Program Files\Microsoft Office\OFFICE11"
    Type outlook /resetfoldernames
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    use also the following switch
    outlook /resetfolders

    you can find the full list of outlook switched at:

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