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Is there a way to do a search on all emails in my own outlook folders, and public folders, between two days from person A to person B?
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jjafferr earned 2000 total points
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Hi Sparky191,

The answer is ALMOST yes to all:

Menu>Tools>Find
Click on Advance Find button, a window will popup
in the Look for "Messages", In (you can select 1 Folder at a time)
set the rest of the info there,
at the bottom, you have Time (select from different options), and next to it choose (the time to search to)


Hope this helps

Jaffer
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Perfect thanks
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thanks for the points and the grade
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