Wednesday, 28 June 2017

Issues with search functionality in outlook 2010

Search is a powerful tool to help find email messages anywhere in Outlook.
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Moreover, below are tips on how to maximize the search functionality in Outlook:
1. Searching email
  1. Select the search bar.
  2. Type a name, subject, or phrase which is included in the email message that you want to find.
2. Refine your search results
  1. Select the search bar and type a name or subject.
  2. Select an option to refine or widen your search: All MailboxesCurrent MailboxCurrent FolderSubfolder, orAll Outlook Items.
  3. You can also select a category within the Refine group to further filter your search results:
    • From – only shows results from a specific person.
    • Subject - only shows results based on the subject.
    • Has Attachment – only shows emails that have attachments.
    • Categorized – only shows results that have a specific category assigned to them.
    • This Week - searches by when the email message was received: TodayYesterdayThis WeekLast Week,This MonthLast Month, This Year, or Last Year.
    • Sent To – searches messages Sent to YouNot Sent Directly to You, or Sent to Another Recipient.
    • Unread – only shows unread messages.
    • Flagged - only shows messages flagged by you.
    • Important - only shows emails marked as Important.
    • More - filters your results based on more advanced criteria, such as Cc or Sensitivity.
  4. Select Recent Searches to run recent searches again.
    Note: Outlook saves only the recent search query, not the results.
  5. Select Close Search to close the Search tab.
Let us know if you need further assistance.