Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
In Depth Information
▪ Show Senders Above the Subject By default, when a conversation is collapsed, the
conversation header displays the names of all the conversation participants above
the conversation subject; when the conversation is fully expanded, the conversation
header displays only the subject. This setting reverses the order of the information in
the conversation header; the names of the conversation participants are displayed
above the conversation subject. In some cases, such as when Outlook displays a
message on the second line, the subject might not be visible at all.
Turning off the Show Senders Above The Subject setting emphasizes the conversation subject.
▪ Always Expand Conversations This setting causes Outlook to display all messages
in a conversation when you click the Expand Conversation button or conversation
▪ Use Classic Indented View This setting causes Outlook to indent older messages
within individual message threads to show the progression of the thread. This setting
is not as effective as the default for displaying split conversations because a message
might be at the root of multiple branches but can appear only once in the
TIP In Outlook 2010, unique and redundant messages were indicated by dots of
different colors and sizes, and individual message threads were connected by the dots.
Outlook 2013 does not use this same system of visual thread indicators; you must
independently differentiate between the indent levels.