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如何在Outlook中更改/编辑已接收邮件的主题行?

作者:凯莉 最后修改时间:2016-12-05

为了便于搜索,与邮件内容保持一致或出于其他目的,您可能需要在Outlook中编辑或更改某些收到的邮件的主题。 但是,似乎无法编辑或更改这些主题。 实际上,Microsoft Outlook支持此功能,在这里我们将指导您轻松地编辑或更改已接收邮件的主题。

在Outlook中更改/编辑一封电子邮件的主题行

在Outlook中更改/编辑多封电子邮件的主题行


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以下步骤将指导您在Outlook中快速更改或编辑一封电子邮件的主题行。 请执行以下操作:

1.在 邮箱: 视图,双击打开您要更改其主题行的电子邮件。

2.现在,电子邮件在“消息”窗口中打开。 请点击 邮件标题右下角的按钮以展开邮件标题。 看截图:

备注注意:在Outlook 2010或更早版本中,默认情况下会扩展邮件标题,请直接跳过此步骤。

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3.现在,邮件头被展开。 请直接编辑主题行,然后单击 优惠 按钮。 看截图:

到目前为止,您已经更改/编辑了指定电子邮件的主题行。 请根据需要关闭“消息”窗口。


箭头蓝色右气泡在Outlook中更改/编辑多封电子邮件的主题行

如果您需要在Outlook中更改多个电子邮件的主题行,则上述方法会有些乏味。 在此,此方法将指导您更改文件夹的视图设置,并直接在“邮件列表”中编辑电子邮件的主题行。 请执行以下操作:

1.在 邮箱: 视图,打开包含您要更改主题行的电子邮件的文件夹,然后单击 首页 > 查看设置。 看截图:

2.现在出现“高级视图设置”对话框,请单击 其他设置 按钮。 看截图:

3.在弹出的其他设置对话框中,请检查 允许单元内编辑 选项,然后单击 OK 按钮依次关闭两个对话框。

4.现在返回文件夹,请单击 首页 > 阅读面板 > 关闭 关闭阅读窗格。 看截图:

5.现在在 邮件列表,请单击您要更改的主题行,然后直接对其进行编辑,如下图所示。

然后重复此步骤,根据需要编辑多个电子邮件的主题行。


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I'm aware that the date, time and such columns as those cannot be edited, but I've viewed a tutorial where a "Notes" column can be inserted and edited to contain notes the user wishes to see.  Unfortunately, my Outlook 365 allows me to add the column, and to enter edit mode, but it will not take any data ... I get an error tone.  There must be many other columns that allow the user to enter or edit data, or ... ?
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Is there a way to add the same text to the beginning of all the subject lines all at once rather than needing to insert the text one at a time?  If so, can this be done with using VBA or a third-party app?
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This is a huge game-changer for me. Thank you so much!!! It's a happy day! :-)
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could i change date or time of incomming emails?

could i change reciefed from or sent to inthe header?

thanks
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Hi Panama Smaek,
I am afraid it is impossible to change some message header information of an incoming email, such as from, to, sent time etc.
Here is a roundabout trick to change them: click to open the email in the Message window, click Message > Actions > Resent This Message, and then change the from, to as you need. And finally, save the message without sending.
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Having Conversation View on is the reason Subject Lines weren't editable. When I uncheck the box in View > "Show as Conversations", I'm able to edit. However, this poses a different problem - I heavily depend on viewing my emails as Conversations. Setting this view back on, now every newly changed email shows the old subject line text. Is there a way to enforce the new subject line text for Conversations?
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Step 5 is missing information. I've followed every instruction exactly; my Outlook looks just like the screen shots here. "Now in the Message List, please click the subject line you want to change, and then edit it directly as below screenshot shown" - How do you get an email Subject Line into edit mode? Selecting an email in Message List does nothing but select/highlight it. Double-clicking opens it into separate window. Right-clicking shows no option for editing. F2 shortcut on a highlighted/selected line does nothing. Just start typing - nothing. ... I'm using Office 2016. Thanks
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Hi, at work we use Outlook 2010. I have tried and tried, I do change the subject of the messages, but but in the MESSAGE LIST the subject is the original one while in the READING PANEL the subject is the one I have changed. So the change is not exactly complete. I have visited other help options sites and no way, the result is always the same: subject changed in the READING PANEL and unchanged in the MESSAGE LIST. Thanks anyway.
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It is because it is showing as a conversation. Remove conversation and it should work
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This was great! thanks for the clear instructions
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Thanks for this but my colleague, Stacey, has a strange error in that the Subject Line looks to be read only - can't edit it at all when you open the email into its own window. I understand this isn't the Microsoft site, but wondering if you would know why this is (haven't found a matching error on google yet). All our other colleagues (including myself) can open the email and edit as desired.
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Please ignore - finally found out what was going on and she's sorted now
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Tania, can you explain what you did to fix this. I have someone who is having the same problem.
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When it says make sure you can see all of the header information, in step 2 above, we didn't have it expanded properly. The email she was working on had the window positioned so the right hand side was off the screen and she didn't see the drop down expand symbol. So I wrote my first message here thinking it was something different when it was really the same thing. Then we tried with a different email that was centered and we could see where to fix. Hope this helps :)
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Oh thank you so much, this has been driving me crazy and Microsoft and even outlook help was zero help. Your pics also made it a breeze. I fee like I have won a lottery!
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