The default view setting in Microsoft Outlook 2007 includes a field to the far left of the window, called the header status, that displays different information about each message in your mailbox. For example, when you forward or redirect a message, Outlook will place a blue arrow next to the original e-mail. If you would rather not see these blue arrows, you can hide the field by customising the view settings.
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Launch the Outlook 2007 application on your PC computer.
Go to the "Mail" tab in the lower-left corner of the window.
Open the "View" menu at the top of the window, expand the "Arrange by" submenu and choose "Custom."
Click on the "Fields" button.
Highlight "Header Status" from the list of active fields on the right side of the window and then click "Remove."
Click "OK" twice to save the settings. The header status field and the blue redirect arrows will now stop appearing.
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