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Outlook search with folder view

Posted on 2013-01-28
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Hi guys,

Is it possible to search in Outlook (2007/2010/2013), which in the search results he'll show in which folder the searched item is located?

I don't care to use external tools like Google search if it'll help.

Thx
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Yes - the "In Folder" tile can be added if not already there.

For Outlook 2007 use:
Tools / Instant Search / Advanced Find

If the tile is not present, right-click any tile and select Field Chooser.
Select "All Mail Fields" and drag the "In Folder" tile to the desired place at the top of the search window.
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THX !
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