Also, I think you used to be able to mark a follow-up flag "complete" for drafts. For example, in a shared folder if someone has a follow up to review a draft before another person sends it, it would be nice to be able to check the "complete" check mark so the author can easily see it is OK to be sent. This recently changed, I believe. I believe this was possible as recently as a week ago.
The way we enter search terms and folders needs to be improved. It is sill that if you change folders your search terms disappear. The folders searched should just be an additional filter selection to add to the search terms and other Boolean operators. Also, can you please allow quotation marks to mean search the literal group of terms rather than putting an "or" between each term. I'd like to narrow the search with additional terms, not expand it.
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Just making contact search work in Outlook would be a step in the right direction. I use a shared mailbox for customer contacts. If I try to search "all contact items" contacts aren't found. Also, I don't understand why People Pane can't include e-mails sent to contacts along with e-mails from contacts. Also if you try to search for the last 4 numbers of a phone number with leading zeros, it is nearly useless because the leading zeros are stripped off and so you get way too many matches. Putting quotes around search terms to force a text search instead of a number search does not appear to help.
Outlook desktop opens all mailboxes for which a user has access. Could Outlook for iOS work this way too? In other words, do shared mailboxes work in iOS?
But also I am able to see other employee mailboxes too in Outlook a Desktop. So would like that too.