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Outlook XP (Pro) - High Importance Bug?

By Virgoan ·
hi, one of my management user received a mail from someone that highlighted with high importance mail. When he opened up the mail and tried to do a reply, it just don't worked. The same for forward or reply to all. What's wrong? MSOXP bugs?

Please do give me an advice. Thanks so much.

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by BFilmFan In reply to Outlook XP (Pro) - High I ...

Can the user create a high importance message and send it from his email client to other users of the same email server?

The issue might be with whomever is sending the mail.

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by Virgoan In reply to

precisely is received from sender! i have found way to solve it...just double click on highlighted message "This is a high importance..." then user able to do reply or forwarding...! can anyone explain why this is the case?

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by sgt_shultz In reply to Outlook XP (Pro) - High I ...

just guessing but sounds like that way they more sure user saw that it was high priority? i go home now...

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by Virgoan In reply to

thanks for your reply but i am still don't understand why this could happened?

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by bishopca In reply to Outlook XP (Pro) - High I ...

If the email uses a custom form rather than a default form - there is a security trick that will disable reply, reply to all and forward.

Look at the email and see if the appearance is unique. If this is the case, it is probably a result of someone experimenting or playing with a custom form.

Just reply on a new email.

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by Virgoan In reply to

Thanks for your reply even it's didn't help me but at least give me some valuable answer. Thanks again.

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