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Sut i chwilio ymadrodd penodol cyfan yn Outlook?

Er enghraifft, rydych chi'n cofio ymadrodd ac rydych chi am ddarganfod y neges e-bost sy'n cynnwys yr ymadrodd penodol hwn. Yn ôl yr arfer rydych chi'n teipio'r ymadrodd cyfan yn y blwch Chwilio, ond mae canlyniad y chwiliad yn dangos pob e-bost sy'n cwrdd â'r priodweddau sy'n cynnwys un gair neu fwy yn yr ymadrodd yn unig. Felly mae'n rhaid i chi dreulio amser i godi'r e-bost ymhlith yr e-byst dieisiau hynny. Yn yr achos hwn, gallwch gymhwyso chwiliad union i hidlo'r e-byst sydd eu hangen arnoch. Yn yr erthygl hon, byddwn yn dangos tric i chi ar gyfer chwilio negeseuon sy'n cynnwys yr ymadrodd penodol cyfan yn Outlook. Ar ôl defnyddio'r dull hwn, fe gewch eich neges ddelfrydol ar unwaith wrth chwilio.

Chwiliwch ymadrodd penodol cyfan yn Outlook

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  • Rhybudd BCC - dangos neges pan geisiwch ateb popeth os yw'ch cyfeiriad post yn rhestr BCC; Atgoffwch Wrth Ymlyniadau ar Goll, a mwy o nodweddion atgoffa ...
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swigen dde glas saethChwiliwch ymadrodd penodol cyfan yn Outlook

1. Ewch i mewn i'r ffolder e-bost rydych chi am chwilio e-byst ynddo.

2. Yna teipiwch yr ymadrodd cyfan gyda dyfyniadau yn y blwch Chwilio.

Er enghraifft, teipiwch “Dull newydd ar gyfer archif” yn y blwch Chwilio.

Yna bydd pob e-bost yn y ffolder e-bost hon sy'n cynnwys yr ymadrodd penodol cyfan yn cael ei restru.

Os ydych chi eisiau chwilio am yr holl ffolderau e-bost, cliciwch Pob Eitem Post dan Chwilio tab.


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  • Rhybudd BCC - dangoswch neges pan geisiwch ateb popeth os yw'ch cyfeiriad post yn rhestr BCC; Atgoffwch Wrth Ymlyniadau ar Goll, a mwy o nodweddion atgoffa ...
  • Ymateb (Pawb) Gyda'r Holl Atodiadau yn y sgwrs bost; Ateb Llawer o E-byst mewn eiliadau; Auto Ychwanegu Cyfarchiad wrth ateb; Ychwanegu Dyddiad i'r pwnc ...
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    Tomas · 13 days ago
    doesn't work if you have a special character. I am looking for string starting with CR-. Putting that in as is or with quotes "CR-" I get everything that has a CR.
    Just basic searching in other examples not listed here is a nightmare in Outlook and causes hours of extra work trying to find things. Really Microsoft? The search doesn't work?
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    Juergen · 2 years ago
    How could one make a search in Outlook for something containing a dot? It seems that for a search like "xxx.yyy", the dot will be replaced by a space character only, leading to the same result like for "xxx yyy".
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    Wally · 3 years ago
    No variation of suggestions above works in 365
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    Raul · 3 years ago
    You can also escape the space char. To search the sentence "this is a new day" you have to type [this\ is\ a\ new\ day], i.e. changing the spaces by \ (a bar and a space). This worked for me in outlook 2010.
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      Bones · 5 months ago
      That is incredibly helpful, Raul. The suggestion with spaces works but also results in other incomplete versions of a phrase. Your strategy works brilliantly. Thank you!
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      Jonathan · 1 years ago
      Thanks for that clear and concise answer - it worked for me!
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      Harold · 2 years ago
      Huh? Try explaining clearly and concisely. This isn't clear.
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    Freddie · 4 years ago
    Does not work
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    Amanda · 4 years ago
    It seems to be fixed in the most recent update of 2013. Quotes worked for me today!
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    Andy · 4 years ago
    the quotes do not work
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    rgs · 4 years ago
    Just confirming that this doesn't work at all in Outlook 2013. Search for "doc fee" gets me emails that do not have both words (let alone that exact phrase the way it is supposed to work). So my search returns hundreds of emails instead of the handful that have my exact phrase.

    Very frustrating!
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    Come on! · 5 years ago
    Please list versions of Outlook that this applies to. It does NOT work for Outlook 2013 which is very disappointing because it's pretty much been an industry standard (since Al Gore invented the internet) that enclosing a string in quotes means to do a verbatim search for that exact string. I blame millennial programmers at Microsoft.
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    Domagaj · 5 years ago
    Dave, c'mon, Microsoft is not a big firm which could solve problems like this at a glance :)

    I can't search phrase: C+
    I get all the c's...
    And using quotes doesn't work at all.
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    dave · 5 years ago
    This does not work! I use quotes and Outlook 2013 search KEEPS returning word sin the quotes, it does NOT return only the phrase on the quote. This is beyond frustrating. There must be something happening here. What am i doing wrong?
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    Doug Oswald · 5 years ago
    It's cute that microsofties think this is possible with their awful tools
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    Maria · 6 years ago
    I want to search Outlook for any email that contains the phrase 'Level III'. When I enter "Level III" into the search bar, the search returns all emails that contain Level or III. How do I search for only those emails that contain the phrase "Level III"?
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      Damon · 4 years ago
      Try leaving a space between the quotation marks " like this "
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        Skeleton · 5 months ago
        Thank you, Damon! The search tools in Outlook are idiotic, so unintuitive. This really helps.
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        Dennis · 3 years ago
        Damon rocks! Adding a space after the 1st quote and before the last quote actually works. 10,000 users in our organization say thank you!
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        Bals · 3 years ago
        this worked actually. space seems to be the trick.