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Outlook 2007: How to search for a given domain ?

Posted on 2010-01-05
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Hi all,

I installed Windows Search 4.0. It's much faster, but I can't search for something like *@datenkultur.de in my mails.

I already read the advanced syntax. It seems to be impossible (unbelievable). I use a local PST at the moment (No exchange server).

Any suggestions?
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by:Chris Bottomley
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Hello Datenkultur,

In teh search box enter
"@datenkultur.de"

Regards,

chris_bottomley
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Datenkultur,

If you have a lot of mails mentioning the domain rather than from then try ordering by from within the search group.

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Datenkultur,

If that is still not 'fine' enough then use a filter on the view

View | Current View | Customise current view | Filter | Messages From

Enter: *@datenkultur.de

chris_bottomley
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by:Datenkultur
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Thanks for your response chris.

Entering "@datenkultur.de" only finds mails with the text inside the mail. It does not find mails which I got from the domain @datenkultur.de

The filter works, and is a possible way, but it is not realy comfortable. I look for a fast way, because we often have to filter a lot of emails for different customers. The easiest way is to select them by domain.

Can I use windows search to find mails send from only one domain? Otherwise I'll close the question and give chris the points, because he gave me a workaround.
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I have previously implemented such via code so I know it can be done ... but it's a huge amount of work for this site.  As a taster see:

http://www.experts-exchange.com/Software/Office_Productivity/Groupware/Outlook/Q_24909780.html?sfQueryTermInfo=1

Essentially it would involve a button to click for example, right click on an email to implement the filter then a means to reset the filter ... haven't a thought on a mechanism for that yet.

Chris
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by:Datenkultur
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Thanks all,

without coding it seems to be impossible. Still unbelievable but Microsoft.
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