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Come mostrare il percorso completo della cartella dei risultati della ricerca e-mail in Outlook?

Ti sei mai sentito frustrato dal fatto che Outlook mostra solo la cartella contenente per ogni risultato di ricerca corrispondente? Se sono presenti cartelle con lo stesso nome in Outlook, è necessario molto tempo per trovare la cartella specifica una per una per un determinato risultato di ricerca. La visualizzazione del percorso completo della cartella dei risultati della ricerca e-mail è un modo efficiente per trovare la determinata cartella delle e-mail cercate. Sfoglia il seguente articolo per informazioni più dettagliate.

Mostra il percorso completo della cartella dei risultati della ricerca e-mail in Outlook


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Per trovare il percorso completo della cartella di un'e-mail nell'elenco dei risultati di ricerca in Outlook, eseguire le operazioni seguenti.

1. Dopo aver terminato la ricerca delle e-mail, selezionare un'e-mail di cui si desidera visualizzare il percorso completo della cartella.

2. Quindi fare clic Cerca > Strumenti di ricerca > Ricerca avanzata in Outlook 2010/2013/2016, oppure puoi premere Ctrl + spostamento +F tasti di scelta rapida per abilitare il file Trova e sostituisci funzione.

Consiglio: In Outlook 2007, fare clic su Strumenti > ricerca istantanea > Ricerca avanzata per aprire la Find e Sostituisci finestra di dialogo, vedi screenshot:

3. Nel spuntare Ricerca avanzata finestra di dialogo, fare clic Scopri la nostra gamma pulsante.

4. Dopo aver cliccato Scopri la nostra gamma nel pulsante Ricerca avanzata finestra di dialogo, a Seleziona cartella / e apparirà la finestra di dialogo. In questa finestra di dialogo, puoi vedere la cartella specifica dell'email selezionata che si trova in è stata controllata con un file marchio.

Puoi vedere il percorso completo della cartella dei risultati della ricerca a colpo d'occhio con questo metodo e andare in una determinata cartella per trovare facilmente l'email che hai cercato.


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    Dennis · 2 years ago
    yea this is manual intensive to find path when the search has capture that already... simply all I want is to click on the row and show path...
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    RBerman · 2 years ago
    This is not really what was asked for. In the RESULTS, how can I know what folder, particularly when multiple folders are included in the search?
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    Chris · 3 years ago
    In Office Professional Plus 2013, when your search results are in the compact view, if you hover over a message there is a tooltip that pops up that lists the name of the folder containing the message. This won't help if you have multiple folders with the same name, but for me that is usually all I need.
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    minalo1 · 3 years ago
    Outlook 2016
    The answer I worked through as need to see where the Folder is in Outlook 2016
    Do the search for the file and after finishing searching emails you have results
    You must -Double click the e-mail you want and fully open in the reading pane
    Now and only now press Ctrl+Shift and F
    Advance find opens as above 3 - In the popping up Advanced Find dialog box, please click Browse button.
    Then as above 4 - After clicking Browse button in the Advanced Find dialog box, a Select Folder(s) dialog box will pop up. In this dialog, you can see the specific folder of your selected email which is locating at has been checked with a mark.

    T'dah!
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      Luis · 1 years ago
      after so much searching, finally! this was the correct way to get to it. Thank you "minalo1"
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      Yuli · 2 years ago
      Thank you very much Mark!
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      rberman · 2 years ago
      Thanks - this actually answers the question that was asked.
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      Connie · 3 years ago
      Fantastic, been looking all over, and got the results immediately, also, did another search and it came up with the In Folder with it as well. Thank you so much!!
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    bhooman · 3 years ago
    Here is one way of doing it. After looking at numerous forums to find the answer (and none of them have it), I ended up finding the answer the old fashion way (pre-google era), trial and error!

    In Outlook 2016,
    1. In the search result pane, right click on the column header (any column).
    2. In context sensitive drop down, select 'View Settings'.
    3. Select 'Columns...' button from the pop up window 'Advanced View Settings: Compact'.
    4. The next popup window is titled 'Show Columns', Under the drop down menu, select 'All Post fields'.
    5. From the left side column list, select 'In Folder' and click on 'Add ->' button.
    6. This will add 'In Folder' column in the list on the right hand side.
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      MAEBW · 2 years ago
      THANK YOU, Bhooman!
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      Karlene Richards · 2 years ago
      To Bhoomian: I myself searched through endless websites and posts. After an hour, only YOU had the right answer. Thank YOU!!!!!
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      VsH · 3 years ago
      Ta da! This is the answer.
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    Bhooman · 3 years ago
    Here is one way of doing it. After looking at numerous forums to find answer (and none of them have it), I ended up finding the answer the old fashion way (pre-google era), trial and error!

    In Outlook 2016,
    1. In the search result pane, right click on the column header (any column).
    2. In context sensitive drop down, select 'View Settings'.
    3. Select 'Columns...' button from the pop up window 'Advanced View Settings: Compact'.
    4. The next popup window is titled 'Show Columns', Under the drop down menu, select 'All Post fields'.
    5. From the left side column list, select 'In Folder' and click on 'Add ->' button.
    6. This will add 'In Folder' column in the list on the right hand side.
    7. All you do now is click on couple of 'OK' buttons and you are set.

    This won't show you the full path but the sub folder your email is stored in.
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      Jared Barlew · 1 years ago
      Awesome! Thank you for sharing that!
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      Bob · 3 years ago
      After 7 months, you still got it! Happy Days reference. Thanks for the answer.
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      Karen · 3 years ago
      This was very helpful. Thank you.
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    pei-chun tsai · 3 years ago
    i was trying to link my calendar item associated with the details ( website, speaker, time of event, etc.) of an email, the above tips did not work for me due to the fact i did not have "advanced find" my search tool;, so instead of spending a lot time looking for the "advanced find", i went back to the email, right click on the item, and copy the item, then go back to the calendar item, then paste it as an attachment, bingo, it works!
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    JF · 4 years ago
    It worked but : "please select an email" -> doesn't work for me, I have to "open the email" and then proceed with step 2 - 4 for this to work.

    Thanks for the help undisclosed author, Im a very structured guy with shit ton of subfolders but one misclick/misdrag and a folder will be lost for days/forever. This weird workaround to find the full folder path take 5 seconds and BAM! folder found. Thanks, its weird but its not like microsoft will get their shit togheter anytime soon so Im happy theres a work around at the very least (I was afraid to have to extract the outlook database and search trough it, aint nobody got time for that).
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      ID · 4 years ago
      Thanks JF , your comment help me as i was having same problem and after opening mail i found the path.
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    fryque · 4 years ago
    This is one of the most stupid things that I have seen. I would spend 10 hours searching with this method. Ridiculous. Not you, but the Outlook process.
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      JJ · 4 years ago
      I agree. You have to manually and individually search each folder to find the check mark. So I don't see how this helps at all. If the check mark showed up at the highest level and each subsequent level, then it would be helpful. But since it only shows up at the exact, individual level, you have to hunt and peck. Not helpful. Contrast to OneDrive, another Microsoft product, where if you sync a low level folder, check marks show up all the way to the top level so you have context and can find it.
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    elbycloud · 5 years ago
    I get the error "Outlook cannot perform your search. Outlook cannot display this view". Dying to know where the little dickens went.
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    Peter Y · 5 years ago
    This does seem applicable to Outlook for Macintosh version 15.26.1

    There is no find and replace nor browse options in the advanced search options only an extra menu bar that allows further criteria for the search to be added.
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    John Reaney · 5 years ago
    Does work, but need to open email first, click Ctrl,Shift,F, then Browse on Advanced Find Dialog.
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      Dr. Overlord · 2 years ago
      THIS is what works, not the instructions in the article. Thank you very much for posting the correct way to do it. And you're right, nothing is more frustrating than not being able to find the location of an email. Yet Microsoft programmers still bury this basic and important information and force their customers to search for it. Typical great design we've all come to expect from Microsoft.
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      Charlie · 3 years ago
      OMG. you are a lifesaver. I was figuring ho and then saw your comment. Thanks.
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      fendon c · 4 years ago
      Thank you very much you are right you need to open the email first. It did not work for me at first but after I followed your instructions, it worked just fine. Thanks.
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        John Reaney · 4 years ago
        Glad I was able to help as nothing more frustrating that not being able to find a lost email.
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    Ernest Jacobs · 5 years ago
    I have many folders, maybe a few hundred, and this worked brilliantly and saved much time - many thanks
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    Bob Calnan · 5 years ago
    This did not work. The Outlook message is in the "Image Management" folder. Following the above steps (Outlook 2010), only the Inbox is checked.

    Any suggestions?

    thanks...