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Out MS Exchange Server had a brain fart the other day and Outlook lost connection.

Now...in my (many) Inbox folders...they all are in Date Received order.
NOT Date Received descending so the newest is on top.

Is there a global way to reset all folders?
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Click on View at the top inside Outlook, then Reset View.

But are you talking about 'many inboxes' in your outlook, or many users?
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Many inboxes in my personal Outlook

And this is (Believe it or not) MS Outlook 2003
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Thanks
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