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Is it possible to change the default email reply settings? Over the years Iíve gotten accustomed to the Microsoft Outlook default reply settings that shows four lines of details (from, sent, to, subject).

I donít really like the one line'r that seems to be the default on gmail, mac, and the iPhone. I also donít like the way it indents the original email and makes it double spacing, etc.

This is totally cosmetic I know, I'm just curious to know if there is a way to change this. Iím using my iPhone at work and we have Microsoft Exchange. People can simply tell from my email reply if it was sent from my actual computer (using outlook), or sent from my phone (from the way it visually appears). If Iím not making sense, see the below examples. I prefer the first one, with the four lines of details. Can someone help?

From: Billy Bob mailto: billy.bob@mac.com
Sent: Tuesday, February 22, 2011 1:24 PM
To: Angelina Jolie mailto: angelina.jolie@mac.com
Subject: RE: my iPhone 4

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On Feb 22, 2011, at 1:24 PM, "Billy Bob" < billy.bob@mac.com > wrote:
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come on now! there has been 35 views an no comments, someone help please...
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