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Quickly search all emails by an email sender in Outlook

When you have received an email from A, and you need to search all emails which you have received from A all the time. Kutools for Outlook’s Emails contains the sender utility which can help you quickly search all emails from the selected email's sender in Outlook.

Quickly search all emails by an email sender

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Quickly search all emails by an email sender in Outlook

With Kutools for Outlook’s Sender utility, you can quickly search all emails from selected email's sender in Outlook as follows:

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1. Please select an email in your Outlook which you want to search all emails from its sender, and then apply this utility by clicking Kutools > SearchBy Sender > Emails contains the sender. See screenshot:

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2. After clicking Sender, the email sender’s address will be automatically added to the Search field for searching all emails.

Notes: Besides, you can apply this utility by right-clicking on the email, and then select Find Related (Kutools) > By Sender > Emails contains the sender from the context menu. See screenshot:

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    Marcus Horrell · 5 years ago
    When trying to find old emails, is it possible to combine 2 searches together in KuTools eg can I find all the emails that I received from "Extend Office" between 1st Jan 2014 and 1st June 2014
    Regards Marcus
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      Chris · 5 years ago
      Yeah, I would like to know this too! This would essentially be the reason why I purchased this product or not, did you ever receive an answer from anybody?