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    outlook 2007 mailbox search

    I want to search for all external mail traffic in a mailbox via outlook. How do I get outlook to display full email addresses in sender and recipient fields? If I can set this then I can do an advanced search to find all messages that don't contain the school name. Is there a better way to do this?
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    I personally would set up a mail rule. under: Tools > Rule and Alerts

    Then filter incoming messages "from people or distribution list" etc

    The only downside is I don't know if it can do it "in reverse", I didn't see an immediately obvious rule which says "not from people or...", so you would end up having say a folder in your inbox called College and have it deliver them there - which is better than nothing I guess

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