Using search folders


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Using search folders

Outlook 2010 comes with three specialized folders that allow you to find items, no matter which Inbox folder they are located in. They are called Search Folders, and what a Search Folder does is it creates an index for the items you want to look for. So when I open a Search Folder, I see items not just from Inbox, but from Sent Items, from my Outbox, from my Drafts folder, and from any folders that I have created within the Inbox. To look at your Search Folders, you can simply choose Mail and then at the bottom of the list, under your Mailbox, you'll see Search Folders.

There are default search folders for Follow Up for Large Mail and for Unread Mail. When you first open the Search Folder, you'll find that they are sitting there inactive, and italicized, and grayed out. But if I wanted, for example, to see all of the unread mail, no matter what folder it was in, I can click on the Unread Mail search folder, and it will now turn on and go search and find all the unread mail and re...

Using search folders
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Using search folders provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by Gini Courter as part of the Outlook 2010: Effective Email Management

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Business
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Outlook
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