How to create a search folder to find emails received in last 2 weeks (14 days) in Outlook?
As you know, Outlook provides some common search criteria such as Today, Yesterday, in the last/next 7 days, Last/This/Next Week, Last/This/Next Month to search emails in dynamic date range. But, sometimes you may need to collect emails in specific dynamic date range, for example in last 2 weeks (14 days). This article will show you how to create a search folder to find emails received in last 2 weeks or 14 days.
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Please follow below steps to create a search folder and collect all emails received in last 2 weeks or recent 14 days in Outlook.
1. In the Mail view, select the email account you will create the search folder in, and click Folder > New Search Folder. See screenshot:
2. In the New Search Folder dialog box, click to highlight the Create a custom Search Folder option, and click the Choose button.
3. Now the Custom Search Folder dialog box opens. Type a name for the new search folder in the Name box, and click the Criteria button. See screenshot:
4. In the new opening Search Folder Criteria dialog box, go to the Advanced tab, and:
(1) Click Field > Date/Time fields > Received;
(2) Select on or after from the Condition drop down list;
(3) Type 2 weeks ago or 14 days ago into the Value box;
(4) Click the Add to List button.
5. Click the OK buttons to close all dialog boxes.
And now it creates a search folder will all emails received in last 2 weeks (or recent 14 days) in Outlook.
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To post as a guest, your comment is unpublished.· 5 months agoAwesome! 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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