Over the past few weeks, some of our users have encountered a known bug with hover disabled in Outlook 2010 via gpo. This problem can occur due to many factors. Now let’s discuss some of them.
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I can’t remove stationeryStyles/Themes/Fonts for Outlook 2010 using Group Policy. I’ve read several threads of people who needed to do all of this, but some of the so called solutions are before the end of 2003 or 2007.
Using the Group Policy Management Editor
Created by -> User Configuration Policy -> Policies -> Administrative Templates -> Microsoft Outlook 2010 -> Disable items via UI -> Custom -> Disable command bar buttons and products .
Is there a way to disable default stationery in Outlook 2016?
As per Diana’s (Our MVP) comments in the above link, Control ID 3766 does not work for Outlook 2016. And there are currently no options to successfully disable the “Stationery and Fonts” feature (File -> Options -> Mail » -> «Stationery and Fonts). Do you also want to set non-editable stationery as the default for all users?
Introduced the following command bar IDs to disable
Still not working.
How do I turn off arranged in Outlook 2010?
In Outlook 20 or later, clear the Show in Groups check box in the Layout group on the View tab. If you are using Outlook 2007, click View > Arrange By. Then uncheck “Show in groups”.
1. Press Windows Decision + R to open the Requires command, type regedit and press Enter.
2. In the registry editor, go to and create the following key:
Value type: REG_EXPAND_SZ
Where is stationary in Outlook 2010?
In Outlook 2010/2013, clickthe Mail button on the scrollbar, and the Stationery and Fonts button will remain in the Write Thoughts section. In Outlook 2007, the Stationery and Fonts button appears under Stationery and Fonts on the Mail Format tab.
Once a registry area is created, users can still change theme settings by allowing File > Options > Mail > Stationery and Fonts, but the changes are simply “not saved” when a new message that normally exists is a multipart one.
Alternatively, we can also update the stationery by clicking the Home tab > New Items > Email From…
How do I disable Outlook Add-Ins Group Policy?
Look for registry key names in HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINESOFTWAREMicrosoftOffice
If you want to completely disable this option, type 5611 in the Disable Command Bar Buttons menu.
I hope this helps.
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How do I turn off stationery in Outlook?
Open the message and click Reply, Reply All, or Forward Message. Click in the body of the message.On the Options tablet, in the Themes group, click Page Color.Perform one of the following actions. To remove the stationery or background design, click No Color.
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How to configure Microsoft Outlook 2010 settings using Group Policy Management Console?
Launch any part of the Group Policy Management Console and open a GPO that only applies user settings. In this particular example, I choose the default domain policy. Right-click and select Edit. Explore less than User Configuration > Policies and we should see an option to organize Microsoft Outlook 2010 settings.