Custom Views can greatly improve your productivity as your emails, contacts or calendar folders are then presented exactly the way you want it. An often heard request is to be able to prevent changes being made to it later on or to be able to reset it back to the way you had it configured.
The usual workaround for this is to create a copy of your custom view so you’ll always be able to simply delete your modified version and create a fresh new copy.
A better approach would be to actually being able to lock your views. And even though this isn’t possible in Outlook itself, it is possible to lock down your views via a VBA macro.
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The code sample provided in this guide gives you an easy to use interface to quickly lock or unlock your views.
The LockViews macro allows you to easily set the LockUserChanges property of a view which is only accessible via code. The macro will check the property of all your views for the currently selected folder and then either locks or unlocks it based on your choice.
By assigning a button to the macro, you can quickly lock or unlock your views or see the current lock status of the view that you are using.
Lock or unlock your views with the click of a button!
Once your view is locked, you can still make changes to it but these are not saved and thus your view is reset when you return to the folder. Selecting a different view will be remembered.
Use the following instructions to configure the macro in Outlook;
- Download this code-file (
lockviews.zip) or copy the code below.
- Open the VBA Editor (keyboard shortcut ALT+F11)
- Extract the zip-file and import the
LockViews.basfile via File-> Import…
If you copied the code, paste it into a new module.
- Add a button for easy access to the macro.
- Sign your code.
A button can be added to the main Outlook window to quickly lock or unlock your views.
The following code is contained in the zip-file referenced in the Quick Install. You can use the code below for review or manual installation.
Click in the area above and press CTR+A to select all. Press CTRL+C to copy the code.
How to view source code of html email body in Outlook?
Viewing source code gives you an opportunity of knowing the underlying html and the other server code existing in an html email body. With the following tutorial, you will learn how to view source code of html email body in Outlook.
- View source code of html email body in Outlook
View source code of html email body in Outlook
In Outlook 2010 or later versions, you can view source code of html email body as follows.
1. Double click to open an html email message whose source code you need to view.
2. In the Message (HTML) window, please click Actions > Other Actions > View Source in the Message tab. See screenshot:
Tip: If you are using Outlook 2007, please click Other Actions > View Source.
After clicking View Source, a text document will be opened immediately with the source code of the html email body displaying inside.
1. This View Source function can only be applied to html email message, if your opened message is not html format, you can change its format by clicking Message > Actions > Edit Message to display the Format Text tab, under the Format Text tab, click HTML in Outlook 2010 or later versions
And if you are using Outlook 2007, please click Message > Other Actions > Edit Message to display the Options tab, and then click HTML under Options.
2. You can also view the source code of html email body by opening the message and put the cursor at the message body then right click, choose View Source from the right-clicking menu.
Easily view source code of an HTML message header with Kutools for Outlook
If you have Kutools for Outlook installed, you can apply its Message Header Analyzer feature to view the source code of an HTML message header at ease.
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1. In your Outlook, click to select the HTML email whose message header’s source code you will to view, and click Kutools Plus > Message Header Analyzer.
2. In the Message Header Analyzer dialog, please enable the Source Data tab, and you will get the source data of message header of the selected HTML email.
Demo: view source code of html email in Outlook
Outlook View Headers
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