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It's great to use folders, and read your e-mail and categorize it and flag it to try and stay organized, but the reality of the situation is sooner or later, you're going to be looking for an e-mail message, and you won't know where it is. So in that case, if you're in your Inbox for example, just click in the Search box and type in what you looking for. I remember an e-mail I got about Cisco router security that I want to find. So just type it in, and it'll immediately go off and do a search for you. Now, it's only searched my Inbox right now, and said no matches found. So it's giving me the option to say "Do you want to try again? Search in All Mail Items, no matter what folder they are in or where they are?" So I can just click on that, or from this drop-down list, I can say, you know what, I'd like to Search All Mail Items, so you could do it that way as well.
Now it's gone and found just the message I'm looking for about Cisco router security. It's found in Personal Folders. And if I hover my mouse over the name of the message, it tells me exactly what it is here, all the information about it, and it even tells me down below, that it's in the Outlook Data File Personal Folders, and it's in the folder Saved Messages, so it tells me exactly where it is. I can double-click to open the message, and see all the details of it, read it and respond to it. And if I misplaced and put it in the wrong folder, I can use the Move to Folder option here to move it and put it somewhere else. I'm just going to close it for now.
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