Outlook 2007: How to search entire mailbox?


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Chris

In Outlook 2003, you could right-click on your Exchange "Mailbox - name" and
click "advanced search". It would grind through your entire mailbox file. In
Outlook 2007, it seems that you can only search on one folder at a time,
using the search bar. Am I missing something? Thanks in advance!

-Chris.
 
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Timothy Seldom

Lookeen searches for your through your entire mailbox and every folder, *.pst, archive you include in it's indexing. It's much faster that than the Outlook search and you can easily search through multiple *.pst files or else at the same time, meaning you have access to different mail accounts (if you do have them in Outlook) at the same time. It's a nice small tool that searches and fainds stuff fast in Outlook. More here www.lookeen.net



Chris wrote:

Outlook 2007: How to search entire mailbox?
28-Dec-09

In Outlook 2003, you could right-click on your Exchange "Mailbox - name" an
click "advanced search". It would grind through your entire mailbox file. I
Outlook 2007, it seems that you can only search on one folder at a time
using the search bar. Am I missing something? Thanks in advance

-Chris.

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