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Windows 7: Outlook 2007 - unwanted inboxes and email display mode

28 Jul 2014   #1

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Outlook 2007 - unwanted inboxes and email display mode

It's probably something I've done without realising it...

Firstly, I have four unwanted inboxes in my Outlook - Microsoft at Work, Microsoft at Home, MSNBC News, and NHS Choices. I don't want any of them, or the emails that come into them. Can I get rid of them?

Secondly, all incoming emails initially appear in an 'Unread Items' inbox. If I can get rid of the four unwanted inboxes, can I get rid of the Unread Items inbox and have everything go straight onto my normal inbox?

Finally, my emails display with a preview of the text, but I prefer just a single line display. How do I put them back to how they were before?

I've not tried anything yet, because I don't want to make things worse. Please help....

ConfusednotCom

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30 Jul 2014   #2

Windows 7 Home Premium 64 bit
 
 

Nobody knows, huh? Oh well....

Thank you for looking, anyway.
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