You might have noticed, that Microsoft Office Outlook’s Search feature has been presumably programmed by the dumbest programmers on earth: by a regular Microsoft developer.
What’s the first thing you as a user would like to know when you are looking for a message? The answer: which folder it is at! And of course, if you use Outlook’s dumb search feature, it will show you a list of found messages, but not where they are located at.
As usual, you will have to use a workaround for this.
Click on the message, and then press ALT+ENTER. And it will show you which folder it is located at:
Unfortunately, if you have several folders with the same name, or sub folders, you won’t be able to determine which one.
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