Sort by a date if all mail messages are grouped into folders

Is it possible in Microsoft Outlook 2003 to sort all of your e-mails by date if they are all separated into sub-folders on the Inbox. They are organized by projects, but I would like to rather than go through each folder and sort by date, be able to just view them all in one place and sort by date to find an email. I run into this problem frequently, but I do not want to change back to have all of my emails just in my Inbox. I like how they are separated by project. Any help for a script or something?
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David LeeCommented:
Hi, jwhst10.

Create a Search Folder that finds all the messages and modify the view to show the folder the item is in.

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