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Outlook 2007: Changing Look Of Rss Feed Icon In Left Panel

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#1 NWMan


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Posted 22 March 2008 - 01:26 AM

Greetings. I changed the default location of my pst data file. After copying the pst file and pasting it somewhere else, I added the new located and deleted the old one. Only one problem. The RSS feed icon in the left-hand panel (which also includes inbox, sent mail, junk mail, etc.) changed from a unique orange colored (similar to how it looks in Internet Explorer 7) to a standard plain yellow folder. When I right click on the folder and go into properties, there is no option to change the look of the icon. Any way to restore the icon to the way it looked before? Thank you in advance for your help!

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