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Can't search in outlook 2007 shared contact folder ?

Posted on 2011-03-22
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User B use user A sub contact folder.
How to enable user B to serach in sub contact shared folder ?
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Try Shift+CTRL+F to do an advanced find then select UserA\Contact in the list of folders to search.
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My solution:

1.Install advanced search/
2.right click on shaerd folder>opions
3.select in currnet folder only

work Perfect!
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by:avive
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no body elase answer give good answer!
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Install Advanced Search? How do you do that then?
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