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Views don’t save the Group By expand/collapse state

I organize my Contacts folder by Category. Each time when I access that folder, every Category group is expanded, no matter how carefully I compress the Category groups or arrange them.

I prefer to have some Category groups always expanded and others always collapsed.

Is there any way to keep these Category groups collapsed?

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Remove underline and changing hyperlinks color

By default, whenever I create a hyperlink, Outlook turns the text color into blue and underlines it.

This is of course very recognizable but also not very modern as most web designs no longer underline hyperlinks. I’m also simply a bit bored with the blue.

Is there any way I can remove this default underline and change the color into for instance our company’s color (green)?

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Changing the name of an Outlook.com mailbox in Outlook 2013

I’ve added my Outlook.com mailbox to Outlook 2013 as an Exchange ActiveSync (EAS) account. In the Navigation Pane, the display mailbox of the mailbox is the full email address of my Outlook.com account.

Because my email address is quite long, it gets truncated with “…”. Preferably, I just want it to show my first name since it is my personal account.

Is there any way I can rename or otherwise shorten this mailbox name?

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Send mail from an additional Exchange address or alias

I’ve got a single Exchange mailbox which holds multiple email addresses. I can receive mail sent to any of these addresses just fine, but I cannot find a way to choose which address to send out with.

I’ve tried setting the From field with another address but that got automatically replaced with my default address or a bounce message saying that I don’t have permission to do so.

How can I send out a message with one of my mailbox aliases?

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Outlook.com account doesn’t sync Drafts folder (this computer only)

I’ve added my Outlook.com account as an Exchange Active Sync (EAS) account to Outlook.

All folders synched except for the Drafts folder which appears as “Drafts (This computer only)”.

How can I make it sync and use the Drafts folder of Outlook.com?

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Backing up and restoring the AutoComplete cache of Outlook 2010 and Outlook 2013

When I was still using Outlook 2007, I could back up my AutoComplete cache by copying the nk2-file and then reuse it on another computer.

Now that I’m on Outlook 2013, I no longer have this file but the AutoComplete feature still works.

Where is the AutoComplete being cached now and how can I back it up in a way that I can also restore it in the future when needed?

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Exporting the Offline Address Book or GAL

While I can export my own Contacts folder, I don’t seem to be able to export our company’s Offline Address Book or the Global Address List (GAL).

I need to import this list in another application and sometimes also use it for mailings both electronically and to their physical address which is stored in the GAL as well.

How can I export these Exchange address lists via Outlook?

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Add sport schedules or other special holidays and events to your Calendar

I’ve already added the Holidays to Outlook but I was wondering if I could also easily add other special days and sport schedules to my Calendar.

For instance, I’d like to add the moon phases, the Formula 1 calendar and a countdown to the end of the year.

Can I do this?

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Add shortcuts to your own locations in the Save, Open, Attach File and Insert Picture dialogs

When using the Save, Open, Attach File and Insert Picture dialogs in Outlook (and other Office applications), I usually need to browse quite a bit to actually get to the location where I want to be.

Would it be possible to add shortcuts to my own locations in these dialogs?

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Traveling between time zones

I frequently travel between different time zones. Sometimes I change my computer’s clock to match the time zone that I’m in and sometimes I don’t (depends a bit on how long I’m staying).

This can be quite confusing sometimes and I often worry if all my meetings and appointments are still scheduled on the correct time.

What is the best way to configure Outlook in this situation?

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