Join Jess Stratton for an in-depth discussion in this video Search your mail, part of Learning Outlook 2016.
- If you have a large inbox with Outlook,…it's very easy to search it to find what you're looking for.…To get started searching,…click your mouse inside the Search Current Mailbox dialog…right above the message summary.…The first thing I'll do is simply type a word…or a few words of what I'm looking for,…in this case, Leslie.…I'll hit the enter key on my keyboard,…and all occurrences of the word Leslie…are automatically filtered in my inbox.…Any time that word occurs, it's highlighted in yellow…regardless of where it is in the message,…whether it be the subject or the body.…
A few things have happened.…The first thing is is that I can choose whether or not…I want to search the current mailbox or all my inboxes,…meaning any subfolders or multiple email accounts…that I may have in Outlook.…The second thing is a new ribbon tab, the Search tab,…has appeared.…If I click on that tab, I get some more search options.…The first thing I need to do is once again…decide the scope of my search.…Am I searching just the current mailbox,…
Skill Level Beginner
1. Working with Email
2. Working with People
3. Working with the Calendar
4. Working with Outlook Data
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