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outlook 2013 or 2016 folder structure doesnt expand

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i have a user who has many folders in outlook. she likes the folders expanded. whenever she gets a new email, moves an email, the folder structure collapses. it only happens to her account. it happens with outlook 2013 and 2016 and on any laptop we give her.

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Is she on IMAP or Exchange?
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exchange
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right clicked on root folder and chose sort subfolders a-z
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found myself
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