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I would like to have the messages cover more of the screen. Many messages have parts cut off on either the left or right side of the message. I have tried to use many screens such as view and zoom and it does not help. The help topics do not address this problem. Why is the screen for reading e-mail this way? It is not very user friendly. In some cases I have to go the website from the sender to read the entire message on a screen that is larger than the one I get when I open a message.

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I had the same problem, but what I did was so helpful. I changed my mail to "Mail Classic" and I have no problem. I hope it works for you, too!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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