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    Outlook 2016 Message-ID oddity/inconsistency?

    Thank you for that! I note that it also specifically discusses one concern I had (admittedly minor, since these are not business emails) that the domain-lacking, computer-name-exposing, Message-ID's on my emails might increase the likelihood that my emails end up flagged as spam. In fact, my...
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    Outlook 2016 Message-ID oddity/inconsistency?

    My Yahoo emails are sent from Outlook to a wide variety of domains. Good suggestion about testing a send from the Yahoo web interface. When I do that, the resulting Message-ID ends in "@mail.yahoo.com." (Not surprisingly, this is true whether the header is viewed in Outlook or on Yahoo's web...
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    Outlook 2016 Message-ID oddity/inconsistency?

    Thanks for the reply. Good point about explaining how to view the Message-ID in the header. In fact, it led me to discover you can't see Message-ID's, or any other headers, for Sent Mail in Outlook. Instead, the way to view headers for an email you sent is by bcc-ing yourself on it and then...
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    Outlook 2016 Message-ID oddity/inconsistency?

    No ideas? If there are any Outlook internet mail users out there (IMAP or POP3), could you just check the value for "message-id" in the header on any sent email and report back as to whether it has a domain or a local computer name after the "@"? Thanks!
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    Outlook 2016 Message-ID oddity/inconsistency?

    I use Outlook 2003 with internet-mail only, namely a few Yahoo accounts, via POP3. I recently discovered that, for any email I send from Outlook (via Yahoo SMTP servers), the resulting unique message-id in the header ends in "…@[my local computer name].” I had expected it would end in...
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    New Links on Navigation Pane, How to Remove?

    Found the answer...trivially simple. I just click on the mail view (envelope) at the bottom of the navigation pane, and the new elements that appeared at the bottom go away. I notice that this also made the calendar icon disappear -- irretrievably, apparently -- from the folder list in the...
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    New Links on Navigation Pane, How to Remove?

    I have Outlook 2003. Since my pst size reached over 1.5 GB, I decided to switch from an ANSI format pst (2GB size restriction) to UNICODE (far larger capacity). That actually went smoothly. But early in the process I was reading an article regarding pst-type migration, and it suggested that...
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    Make Enter Network Password Prompt Go Away Automatically

    Hi. Still using Outlook 2003, POP3 only with 3 Yahoo accounts and 3 Comcast accounts. I periodically have issues (mostly with Yahoo), where the "Enter Network Password" dialog pops up frequently during my automatic Send/Receives. Note that I am *not* asking how to resolve that issue, because...
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    Can't modify Outlook view font with IE anymore (even though IE still affects print font)

    Thanks, but did you recall that I'm using Outlook 2003? Is there even a way to "View in Browser" with that version (I don't see that option)? And does the "no longer uses IE as the HTML rendering engine" still apply given it is OL 2003? If so, what HTML rendering engine is it using now? Thanks.
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    Can't modify Outlook view font with IE anymore (even though IE still affects print font)

    Thanks, will look forward to hearing anything you may find out!
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    Can't modify Outlook view font with IE anymore (even though IE still affects print font)

    I recently migrated from XP to Windows 7 pro-x64. But for now I'm keeping Outlook 2003. The problem is that I have a higher resolution screen on my new laptop. I knew that this meant I'd have to make some font modifications (enlargement, for readability) -- including increasing the system...
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