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    All Mail Folders (2003)

    Hi,

    I would like to know how can I change mail fronts in all mail folders. I only know how to change in each folder.

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    Re: All Mail Folders (2003)

    What is a mail front?

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    Re: All Mail Folders (2003)

    If you mean the FONTS which you see, you cannot change the fonts in messages you have been sent without editing each message, but you can view them all in Plain Text which will default to the Plain Text font you have set. Under Outlook 2003 if Word is your editor, you may still have conflicts between Word and Outlook Font settings.

    The "View in Plain Text" setting is under Tools | Options | Email Options

    The Plain Text Font is set under Tools | Options | Mail Format dialog

    If that doesn't help, reply to HansV's question. (If your question is about fonts, I am in turn curious as to where you have found a folder specific font setting.)
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    Re: All Mail Folders (2003)

    Hi Hans,

    Sorry for unclear information. I want to change all mail folders's Column Heandings and Rows font. Now I have to go to each folder such as inbox, sent items to change it by going Customize View -> Other Settings -> Column Font, Row Font.

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    Re: All Mail Folders (2003)

    See Disable Group Views. It explains how to change the grouping and apply it to all folders. You can use the same method, but click Other Settings instead of Group.

    Note: it is important that you select the view you want to modify by its name, not <Current View Settings>, for if you modify the latter, it will only apply to the current folder, not to all folders.

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    Re: All Mail Folders (2003)

    Thanks, Hans.

    It works.

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