How To Configure Outlook 2013 Font Using Group Policy

In this KB I’ll show you how to configure Outlook 2013 Font using Group Policy.

Before you start click below for:

Using this method you can configure the following settings:

  • Default new email font colour and size
  • Default reply and forward colour and size
  • Email Comments
  • New Theme

The only requirement is Outlook 2013 Installed on a machine.

Note: To complete this you will need to Install Office 2013 Administrative Templates or Office 2016 as a minimum requirements 

To start, Open Outlook 2013 and configure the font settings from the option menu.

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Step two, Open Registry editor from run menu, go to the path below and export the mail settings folder:

HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Office\14.0\Common\MailSettings

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Export by right click on the MailSettings folder

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Next we need to convert the .Reg file to .XML using the website below:

http://www.runecasters.com.au/reg2gpp

When converting the file make sure you select Create, when done save the file.font4

Next right click on the .XML file and Click Copy

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Last step open Group Policy editor and go to:

User configuration\Preferences\Windows Settings\Registry

Right Click on Registry and Paste

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