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I have View ribbon > show messages as conversations >
Conversation Settings > Always expand selected conversation
unchecked, yet Outlook still keeps autoexpanding conversations. Am
I doing something wrong? As a result Up arrow / Down arrow trick
doesn't work for me.
On 3/9/2019 11:21 AM, Brian Vogel
Beautiful description of the general case when it comes
to lists. I often tell my students that when they land in a list
and on the first item that they cannot and should not assume it's
selected. A quick down then up arrow ensures that it is.
As you said, CTRL plus up or down arrow allows list
traversal without selection occurring, which is precisely why
individual conversations do not open when you're running through
the list. The default behavior with Outlook is the moment a
conversation is selected it will be auto-expanded (which can be
turned off, but it's not by default).
If you know you've landed on a conversation that you
wish to review the messages contained within, then select and
expand it and use regular up/down arrow as you go through it.
Brian - Windows 10
Home, 64-Bit, Version
1809, Build 17763
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