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Outlook 2013 - way to quickly navigate to a grouped name in a custom view

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hi Folks
Hope you are well. Just wanted to find out if there is a quick way to navigate to a specific name in Outlook inbox. E.g. if I have my contacts grouped by name and I want to quickly go to a specific name is there a way to do that? If I use the search box it will highlight every place where that name is entered as opposed to quickly going to the actual grouped name.
Thanks.
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from:John Doe
or from:@example.com
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Thanks for your help. So I presume you mean..in the search box, type in "from: name" to navigate specifically to that person...
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exactly
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Does what it says on the tin...thank you :-)
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