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如何创建搜索文件夹以查找Outlook中最近2周(14天)内收到的电子邮件?

作者:凯莉 最后修改时间:2016-08-22

如您所知,Outlook提供了一些常见的搜索条件,例如“今天”,“昨天”,“过去/未来7天”,“过去/本周/下周”,“过去/本月/下个月”,以在动态日期范围内搜索电子邮件。 但是,有时您可能需要在特定的动态日期范围内收集电子邮件,例如最近2周(14天)。 本文将向您展示如何创建搜索文件夹以查找最近2周或14天收到的电子邮件。

创建搜索文件夹以查找Outlook中最近2周(14天)内收到的电子邮件

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箭头蓝色右气泡创建搜索文件夹以查找Outlook中最近2周(14天)内收到的电子邮件

请按照以下步骤创建搜索文件夹,并收集最近2周或最近14天在Outlook中收到的所有电子邮件。

1.在 邮箱: 视图,选择您将在其中创建搜索文件夹的电子邮件帐户,然后单击 > 新搜寻资料夹。 看截图:

2.在“新建搜索文件夹”对话框中,单击以突出显示 创建一个自定义搜索文件夹 选项,然后单击 按钮。

3.现在,“自定义搜索文件夹”对话框打开。 在页面中输入新搜索文件夹的名称 名称 框,然后单击 标准 按钮。 看截图:

4.在新打开的“搜索文件夹条件”对话框中,转到“高级”选项卡,然后:

(1)点击 领域 > 日期/时间字段 > 收到;
(2)选择 或之后 来自 Condition 下拉列表;
(3)类型 2星期前 or 14天前 框;
(4)点击 添加到列表 按钮。

5。 点击 OK 按钮关闭所有对话框。

现在,它创建了一个搜索文件夹,该文件夹将存储Outlook中最近2周(或最近14天)收到的所有电子邮件。


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Amanda, this is awesome! I do notice that it includes items I have sent as well as received. I only want to filter emails received. Any feedback?
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Hi Sara, please make sure that you specified Received in the Field box in the 4th step.

Amanda
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Amanda, I am greatly impressed!

The response time, the knowledge, and the very clear instructions are all excellent!
I definitely came to the right place.

I had to make a minor tweak to the Value expression: Last monday and tomorrow
Maybe due to the way our environment is set up?


Thank you very much!

kevin
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Hi kevin,

My bad😂, you should use "Last monday and tomorrow".
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While this works for 2 weeks ago, it is merely a sliding window of the last 14 days.
Instead, is there a way to see only what came in THIS week and LAST week?

M T W TH F SA SU
week1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7
week2 8 9 10 11 12 13 14
week3 15 16 17 18 19 20 21

Let's say its the 18th. I want to only see week2 and week3, i don't want to see the 4th, 5th , 6th, 7th
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Hi there,

In the 4th step, instead of selecting "on or after" from the Condition drop down list, you should select "betwwen"; instead of typing "2 weeks ago" or "14 days ago" into the Value box, you should use "Last monday and today".

Amanda
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Wow! I came to the right place!
Impressed with your knowledge and responsiveness, Amanda!

Using between and "last monday and today" excluded today's entries for some reason. It may be truncating the time portion of today and using midnight value.
It worked if I used "last monday and tomorrow", however

I played around and ended up going with this instead:
"on or after" and "last monday"

Thanks again! BTW can you point me to a resource that shows all the possible values we can use?
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Hi Kevin,
I checked but could not find the possible values list. I assume that Outlook will take the regular ones. We will have to try. 🤞
If you find the related resource, please do share here! 🙏

Amanda
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I'd just like to say that this is fantastic -- I had no idea you could say "n days/weeks ago" in the Value field for "on or after"!
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Awesome! You can then add that search folder to your favorites and drag it to the top. Worked for a customer who only wanted to see the last 30 days of email in his "Inbox" and we don't allow macros. I named the folder "30 Day Inbox" and dragged it to the top.
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