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Unfortunately there really is no way to make them not display the RE: in the subject line. However I do have a solution that will work for you. You will want to create a subfolder in outlook, under your inbox, called REPLIES or something similar. To do that, right click on your inbox and go to NEW FOLDER, then name it whatever you want. Once you've created the folder, you will now you want to create a RULE that filters out any message with Re: in the subject, and have them go automatically to this folder. To do that, right click on any email that currently has Re: in the subject, and go to CREATE RULE, it will pop up and give you the option to MOVE TO : (FOLDER) where you can select the newly created REPLIES folder we talked about a second ago. Above that, make sure the rule says, WHERE THE SUBJECT CONTAINS, and erase everything bu the Re: at the beginning. Go to advanced options, and leave all the check boxes alone, but get to the FOURTH page (I think it's the fourth) and it will have an option to RUN THIS RULE ON ALL MESSAGES CURRENTLY IN INBOX, where it will go through your inbox and filter out all the Re:'s and move them into this folder. From then on out all messages that are Re: will go into their automatically! This of course also catches any Re: Re: type messages.
This is truly the only way to do it in Outlook, since the subject really is Re: (whatever whatever) there is no way to alter it.
Hope this helps! Thanks so much,
Posted on Sep 09, 2010
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