I am consulting for a company where users have many Outlook subfolders that have the exact same name as other Outlook subfolders (for example home, credit, rent, etc.)
The problem is that when an Outlook search is done the Outlook search by default will list the name of the Outlook folder where these emails are found but doesn't provide a complete path as to exactly where these emails are located.
Therefore users have to manually look around throughout many Outlook folders to locate the exact subfolder where the particular email(s) are located.
This is quite cumbersome since the Outlook folders and subfolders contain the exact same folder names (in completely different locations) and it is difficult to determine exactly where the particular subfolder is where these emails are located. When a particular email is found the users need to be able to quickly open this particular subfolder location to view the other emails located within this same folder (and without having to do additional Outlook searches).
We would like to be able to obtain a complete folder path as to where these emails are found so that it will then be easy to navigate to these particular Outlook subfolders without having to guess or look through several different folder locations.
Is there any way of enabling this within Outlook 2010 or if this can't be done within Outlook what optional utilities or tools can be installed that will allow this to be done?