Outlook 2013 Message Preview Message Text Turned Blue

This is a strange one.

When our users rebooted their machines for updates this morning, the color of the message text in their message preview in Outlook 2013 was blue for all messages (read and unread - see pictureMessage preview color). I cannot find any setting in Outlook to change this back to normal, and users are complaining that it is harder to differentiate between unread and read messages. Any insight on changing this setting? All users are on Dell W7 Pro x64. Running local Exchange 2010 server on SBS 2008.
TechGuy_007Asked:
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Alexei KuznetsovMicrosoft Outlook MVPCommented:
Open the VIEW ribbon tab, click the "View Settings" button and in the "Advanced View Settings" window click the "Conditional Formatting..." button. There you can find all required settings for coloring your messages.
TechGuy_007Author Commented:
This was a glitch - restarting Outlook fixed it.

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TechGuy_007Author Commented:
Restarted Outlook on client machine - fixed issue
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