Wednesday, September 10, 2008

Microsoft Outlook Advanced Find

Are you looking for a long lost email message in Outlook? Now you can use Outlooks Advanced Find dialogue box to power your way to better searches. Available from the Tools menu in the Find submenu it lets you conduct searches based upon a number of criteria including how old the message is, the recipient, whether it contained attachments, to name just a few. You can use the keyboard shortcut Ctrl-Shift-F to access Advanced Find as well. Now you can track down that message. Hope it helps. :)

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