Outlook 2010 - Right Click > Open...

Anyone know how to have setting within Outlook 2010, so I can right click on an e-mail and first option be Open.  Outlook 2007 had this option.

Instead of having to double click on the e-mail to open it.

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Unfortunatley, you cannot change the Email Option Selections when Right Clicking in Outlook.

Any Particular reason you need this functionality?

If for some reason you cant use Dbl CLick
You can Select and press Enter or use Ctrl+O


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mvalencia2003Author Commented:
any reason why it was removed from Office 2007 to Office 2010?
Sorry I Cannot say for sure.

However, my guess would be because there are several other alternative ways to open the mail item.

Its likely Double Clicking on an email to open it would see Right Click >Open Option to be redundant.

mvalencia2003Author Commented:
Thanks, just wondered if there was a way to change this...
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