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Old June 25th 10, 07:52 PM
roricka roricka is offline
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Default Find Message doesn't tell me folder path

When I use Find Message (Ctrl-Shift-F), the resulting list only says the folder name of the mail. If I've created subfolders, it doesn't tell me how to find that folder, i.e., the "path" to the folder. Is there a way to do this. I have a fairly deep structure, and sometimes I have to spend a lot of time finding the location of a found email.

How do other people handle this problem?


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