Mail (Apple)

How to Disable Message Previews in Windows 10 Mail

By default, Windows 10’s Mail app displays the first line of each email in addition to the subject line. If you don’t want this preview text to show, you can easily turn it off.

Maybe you work in public places, or maybe you have nosy family and friends. Whatever the reason, if you don’t want others seeing the content of your emails, we’ll show you how to hide the preview text. Mail also has a preview pane that you can hide as well.

To disable the message preview text, click the “Settings” icon in the lower-left corner of the Mail window.

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How to Set Up an Out of Office Reply in Windows 10 Mail

If you’re going to be out of the office for a while, you can set up Mail in Windows 10 to reply automatically to any emails you receive, letting people know that you won’t be reading or answering emails during that time.

Currently, automatic replies in Mail are only supported for Outlook.com, Live.com, Hotmail, and Office 365 accounts.

To set up an out of office reply in Mail for one of those accounts, click the gear icon in the lower-left corner of the window.

Click “Automatic Replies” on the Settings pane that slides out on the right.

Select the account for which you want to send out automatic replies from the “Select an account” dropdown.

To turn on automatic replies for the selected account, click the “Send Automatic Replies” slider button so it turns a dark gray and reads On. Enter the message you want…