Using Outlook to manage your email can be a great lifesaver when you’re dealing with plenty of emails, but it becomes hard to track down dozens of emails in a previous conversation.
There’s nothing worse than replying to a message and forgetting what it was that started the conversation in the first place.
Thankfully, Outlook has a feature that allows you to find the previous emails that you shared with someone if you’ve forgotten what was said in the past.
All you need to do is right-click on an email, then scroll down to “find related messages”. Highlight that option, then click on either “messages in this conversation” or “messages from sender”.
This will allow you to either find the emails you’ve shared with a particular person, or find all the emails that person has sent you altogether.
Alternatively, you can use the Outlook search tool, but the described method will be much more refined.