Hey I had a question today I simply couldn't answer. "shocking"
Half of the users I deal with are using office 2007, other half is using 2010 (we're in the middle of upgrading)
most of them have multiple folders to place and control their e-mails.
Now someone asked me.
"When I search for a mail, e.g. write 'from Steve' I get these 5 mails.. How do I see which folder I placed these 5 in?"
and I couldn't seem to find anyway to get the placement of the mail.
Now had it arrived at different inboxes, I could simply open the mail and read firstname.lastname@example.org
but this is several mails that arrived in the same mailbox and now located in seperate folders.
Now the only alternative I could think of was color flagging all the mails according to the folders, but with 30 folders
thats not that great a solution, would mean they would have to manually flag all mails, and it would work on the already 2800 recieved mails
Short version --> Is it possible to search for mails in outlook and from the result see in what folder a mail is located?