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  3. Finner ikke søkfunksjonen

    Vanskelig å søke etter epost når man ikke finner søk

    The search function can not be found
    Difficult to search for an email when no search is found

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  4. Your Filter's are blind

    When I filter emails, the filter is not able to find partial information when the word contains no spaces. This is a real issue for URL's in emails.

    For example: If I want to filter by "Exception on https://www.cnn.com" - I can see every email that starts with that in the subject. Including emails that say "Exception on https://www.cnn.com/api/pagehere/totallybrokenspx?GUID=12345"

    But, if I want to filter my messages more specific to the URL as... "/api/pagehere/totallybrokenspx" - The filter finds absolutely nothing.

    This is even a problem for the "outlook rules" where I'm unable to properly filter thousands of emails…

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  5. Operators are highlighted in search results

    When using the "in:" operator to search a particular folder, all instances of "in" are highlighted in search results.

    Perhaps the "in:[folder-name]" operator is not supported. If not, it should be!

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