Solved This message has been replied or forwarded

September 1, 2019 at 20:39:16
Specs: Windows 8
I recently installed outlook 2016 on my windows 8.1 l G580 lenovo laptop. Outllok 2016 shows this message has been replied or forwarded open this message in browser. how to solve this.

I recently installed outlook 2016 on my windows 8.1 l G580 lenovo laptop. Outllok 2016 shows this message has been replied or forwarded open this message in browser. how to solve this.


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#1
September 2, 2019 at 15:28:34
What exactly is the problem? Is it that you can’t see forwarded messages in outlook 2016?

See if this helps at all

https://support.microsoft.com/en-gb...

And if you google using this part of your post as the search words,

Outlook 2016 shows this message has been replied or forwarded open this message in browser. how to solve this.

you may find other useful ideas too; including a youtube etc.



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September 3, 2019 at 01:31:57
When I open a message it shows below To error this message forwarded or replied open it in browser. This message not showing all forwarded and replied messages. When I open some particular messages.

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September 3, 2019 at 04:09:09
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You're referring to MS Office/Outlook 2016. At least I presume that is correct?

I don't have have that version; I still use Outlook 2011.

In its sent box it shows "all" message sent and thus you can select and see where a message went; including any forwarded messages.

Can you view your sent box contents and check if the message(s), which produce the error message on screen, was (were) actually sent and if so to whom?

See if these link help at all. Use them to check what settings you may have enabled (whenever) and if they affect the messages involved or not.

https://support.office.com/en-us/ar...

https://www.techjunkie.com/automati...

You may have a setting for some messages as outlined in the above links; and may need to uncheck/disable that setting. The above links may help you see what is set and how to resolve the situation?

It may also be that the sender(s) have an option to send back to them a message saying that "you" have read their message to you. That used to be an option in Office/Outlook in the past but MS removed it. Possibly it's back again in version 2016?

Perhaps check what options Outlook offers these days in terms of confirming receipt and read confirmations for messages sent/received.


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