Please bring the REAL, customizable "Search Folders" feature from the Windows client to Mac. Yes, you have 'Smart Folders' on the Mac client, but I want "Search Folders", so I can have views that can be customized more in depth. For example, I want to have a combined Inbox & Sent view that I can display in conversation view, that allows me to color code emails based on the originating folder. 'Smart Folders' don't allow me to do that. I want to be able to set that search folder as a favorite view so it appears at the top of my folders list.
Make it possible to search in the whole account. Not only in one map.
Carlos Rodriguez commented
I continuously perform searches for email that might be in any of my folders. In a search in the list of findings when I click a conversation I cannot see where the email is located unless I open that specific email in the thread. I will like to be able to easily see the folder where the email thread is stored without opening the email.
I also want an OR criteria for search!
Need a search bar for folders to search specific mail
Search/Find Folder option in Outlook for Mac, would be helpful and save time
Guys I have 12,000 e-mails a week. I literally cannot use the Mac client because I need a huge Search Folders customized to different groups on Mac. I beg you please, bring this over to Mac. I keep running Windows VM just because of that.
Be able to search let say on an Inbox folder only without the need to click on "Current Folder" search span so it will display just Inbox messages and not messages across all folders including Sent and Trash.
Paul T. Nghiem commented
I would greatly appreciate if a revised 'search folder' function allowed me to OPEN that folder. I have over 500 folders for projects/patients & scrolling down to open the folder is very tedious. Other platforms allow a 'search' to also OPEN the desired folder & then review its contents. Thank you for considering!
Odd Hellsaeus commented
Searching in Outlook. I would like the search to be executed in the folder which I marked.