When we search for an Outlook 2010 email with
whatever keyword(s) via "Try searching again in All Mail Items", it brings
up a selection of emails, but we aren't able to tell the exact folder that
email is currently located in. Knowing the source folder may be important
because we also want to review other emails in that folder that may not
contain the keyword that we just happen to remember.
In the initial search results, there's an
Outlook column header titled "Sort by: in Folder", but that information
just gives us the name of the source folder(s), without the
breadcrumb/folder-tree trail to that folder.
Here's an easy solution to this
In the "Try searching again in All Mail Items"
search results, open the appropriate email containing the keyword. Next,
dropdown the Move button on open email's Ribbon and click "Always move
messages in this conversation".
Violŗ! You'll now see the source folder in the
resulting "Always Move Conversion" form. Youíll be able to use the formís
up/down slider control to display exactly where there source folder is
located in the Outlook folder tree.