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Hello,
Using OE6. The scroll bar to the right of the Inbox Messages is missing.The scroll bar to scroll the Messages up and down. How do I get it back?? The scroll bar on the displayed messages, below the Inbox Messages is there and working.
Any help appreciated.

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Originally Posted by Coyote
Hello,
Using OE6. The scroll bar to the right of the Inbox Messages is missing.The scroll bar to scroll the Messages up and down. How do I get it back?? The scroll bar on the displayed messages, below the Inbox Messages is there and working.
Any help appreciated.

MS XP Pro
Outlook Express 6
Not sure on that unless there aren't enough messages listed to have to scroll to see them all. You need to shut that feature off where you can see the message when it opens up below the bar which is called the Preview Pane. You notice that when you delete a message it goes to the next and it is opened up automatically. When the message is opened up even if you delete it right away, it sends a 1x1 Pixel back to the sender of SPAM and lets them know that there is a warm body at that address. Go to View/Layout and in the Preview Pane section, take the check out of Show preview pane click apply then OK. Now you will have full screen and will have to double click on an e-mail to get it to open. This way, you can delete the spam first then read your mail. Now if you are reading an e-mail and you click on Delete or Next in that open window, it will go to the next one and open it up automatically. I usually dump the spam then read the mail and not worry about it.

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