In Outlook, the search feature does not have a specific option to limit the search results to the "Focused" inbox only. However, you can achieve a similar result by using search operators in the search query. Here's how:
1. Open Outlook and go to the Mail section.
2. In the search box at the top of the window, enter the following search query:
Replace "YourSearchTerm" with the actual keyword or phrase you want to search for within the "Focused" inbox.
For example, if you want to search for emails containing the word "project" in the "Focused" inbox, your search query would be:
3. Press Enter or click the Search button. Outlook will display the search results, limited to the "Focused" inbox only.
By using the `category:Focused` search operator, you can filter the search results to include only emails in the "Focused" inbox. This operator leverages the category assigned by Outlook to classify emails as "Focused" or "Other."
Note that the search query will still return results from other folders or locations if the emails are categorized as "Focused." To further refine the search, you can specify additional search criteria such as sender, date, or subject using the available search operators.
Keep in mind that the availability of search operators may vary depending on your version of Outlook and the configuration of your mailbox.
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