08-14-2020 02:37 PM - edited 08-14-2020 02:38 PM
08-15-2020 01:39 AM
Hi, I think You need to use the Application.AdvancedSearch method which performs a search based on a specified DAV Searching and Locating (DASL) search string. The method and related features in the Outlook object model do not create a Search Folder that will appear in the Outlook user interface. However, you can use the Save method of the Search object that is returned to create a Search Folder that will appear in the Search Folders list in the Outlook user interface.
08-15-2020 07:55 PM
@S0Fr33 What sort order are you using on the search folder? If you remove the check mark from subfolders, does it find messages in the Inbox?
08-16-2020 09:37 AM
@Diane Poremsky I am sorting by date received. If I remove the check for sub folders, it does find messages from the inbox. But of course, then doesn't find messages in the sub folders.
08-16-2020 09:42 AM
@melvinanorman99 , thanks for the input but - Wow! That is very complicated. I don't have the patience to work that out, it seems like my screenshot should work based on the instructions.
08-19-2020 07:44 AMSolution
@S0Fr33 Are you in search results - either search folder or instant search?
08-19-2020 09:09 AM
@Diane Poremsky OK, I did navigate to the search folder and sorted by folder and - (gulp) the Inbox was there! I don't know, but it's working. Thanks for your help!