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November 24, 2016 at 16:59:08
Specs: windows 10, 4GB
I have two hotmail accounts and on one my email is always grouped by sender. I have looked at 3 or 4 websites on how to change this, but all of them have either not worked, or I was unable too find what I was supposed to click on.

Could someone give me an idea of where I set this?


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#1
November 24, 2016 at 23:13:07
By "grouped by sender" do mean they are listed in your hotmail inbox in that way, rather than say "date received"?

This may be helpful:

https://www.lifewire.com/change-the...

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#2
November 25, 2016 at 21:45:23
for each sender I receive email from there is a header line,

Dealathons
then all email from dealathons listed
hotels.com
then all email listed from hotels.com

I don't want the header record


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#3
November 26, 2016 at 10:18:06
The only option I can find in outlook.com (what used to be hotmail in good olde days) allows to list messages showing sender "or" subject?

See if the does qhat you want:

Login to hotmail. (you end up at outlook.com of course nowadays)

Top right corner click on the gear wheel icon.

Click on display settings option.

Click on message list and note that the default is sender first...

You could change that to subject first; If that s what you're after?

Also check out (separately to avoid confusing yourself) the options in conversations?

Incidentally when you make the change as above you can see it happen immediately in the slightly dimmed down display of the inbox; which is where I would try the above, rather in a particular message itself.


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#4
November 27, 2016 at 20:28:36
That didn't change it the way I want it. I have one hotmail email that displays the way I want and on hotmail email that doesn't. Let me check each and every option and see if I can find any differences.

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#5
November 28, 2016 at 00:48:16
Yes your idea in your latest reply is the logical approach. I'd be interested to hear what you discover.

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