search in OUtlook


ENvironement : OUtlook 2013

In my main "Inbox Folder" I have plenty of sub-folders, sub-sub-folders, sub-sub-sub forlders and so on.
SOmetimes a sub-folders "desappears". Usually it has been moved by mistake to another location in my inbox (another folder or sub-folder for example)

QUestion 1: How do I find it? Is there way to search for a specific folder (by its name) in the Inbox Folder Tree ?

Question 2: Whenever I  search (by a regular Outlook search) and find a specific mail belonging to this specific folder is there a way to know in which folder this mail is located?
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viktor grantExchange ServersCommented:

1) You need always to check if the search includes subfolders. You can modify that:

2)  you can determine this by opening the “classic” Properties dialog of a message via the keyboard shortcut ALT+ENTER.


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