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Re: \Re: Windows 10 and email
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Perhaps one can go to advanced and repetitively select different fields to add to the search, but that is a lot of work to get all that done, prior to your search.
OE offers that to you from the start.
And, I have found that Outlook is slower at its searches than OE is.
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Pick one of your messages saying that the Outlook search is substandard compared to Outlook Express.
Give me a single example of something you typically search for in OE and I'll bet I can replicate an advanced search for same in Outlook in seconds. You really can't get more expansive and comprehensive a search mechanism than the Advanced Search
function in Outlook provides. That doesn't mean that the way in which OE allows you to do certain types of searches might be much easier, and I couldn't say because I have not touched OE in decades - it's dead and unsupported software.
I just take issue with the idea that Outlook doesn't provide a search function that's far more complex and comprehensive than the average user will ever have need for, or even the advanced user will have frequent need for.
Brian - Windows
10 Home, 64-Bit, Version 1803, Build 17134
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