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OUTLOOK: Prefix for Original Message when Replying


Furkin
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Hi, I'm trying to help a colleague. He wants to know how to turn off the Chevrons (Prefix for Original Message when Replying) when replying/receiving emails. He uses Outlook, and I have no idea where the option is enabled/disabled.

Can someone advise please ?

thanks

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northumbria61

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I don't think it can be done link text

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Furkin

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Thanks,

I assumed that if a program actually used these, then they could be disabled.

I also assumed that not all prgrams use them, or can enable them.

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lotvic

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For Outlook http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/outlook-help/change-how-the-original-message-appears-in-replies-and-forwards-HA102087334.aspx

It should be under Options | Mail | and under Replies and forwards, for When replying to a message or When forwarding a message do the following:

Number 4 is to choose what to 'Prefix each line of the original message' with

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Furkin

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LOTVIC: Thanks mate,

I've passed the info on. I'll let you know how it transpires.

cheers

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Furkin

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Apparently all is working well.

Thanks guys.

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