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    Default [SOLVED] Disable Thread Function

    Hi,

    Does anybody know if it is possible to disable the e-mail thread option.

    Default when e-mail replies to a send e-mail it will appear in a thread view. Some users find this option irritating. I have search a lot but can't find the possibility to disable the e-mail thread view.

    Hope somebody knows if (and yes how) to disable this feature.
    Kind regards,
    DaniŽl Westhoek

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    Welcome to the forum.

    At the right of the icon bar (left of the arrows) there's a drop down list.
    In this drop down list, you can choose threaded/discussion view or "standard" view...

    If you want to change the default, you can change it through the admin (CoS and/or per user).

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    Thanks Klug. That was the solution!

    Stupid that I didn't saw that option before....
    Kind regards,
    DaniŽl Westhoek

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