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    Outllook 2010 - Reading Pane

    Morning all

    Just a quick question about the reading pane in outlook 2010. When you reply to an email the reading pane says 'you replied to this message on the 27/06/2011'.
    My question is there a way to display the email address in that message in the reading pane?

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    Anyone?

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    No, there is no way to do that.

    If you need to find out who you sent it to, you'll need to click on that message and use the 'Find related messages' function.

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    Untitled.png

    I'm not sure I quite understand what you want to do. Take a look at the screenshot and let me know which bit you are looking for.

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    You have conversations turned on in that screenshot don't you? So you don't see it. I think I may have to introduce that

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    Yes conversations are on but just a personal preference as it's handy to see the flow of a conversation. I see what you mean when I turned it off and I think AngryTechnician hit the nail on the head with that post

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    I've turned on conversations now. All is good

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