Outlook by Microsoft provides security measures to protect your email messages from spam and phishing attacks. It filters out spam emails and sends them to the Junk folder, which is later deleted. You can also set passwords for specific email messages to ensure privacy. However, sometimes you may need to find the folder path of an email message in Outlook, which can be a bit tricky. In this tutorial, we will guide you on how to do this.
To see what folder an email is in Outlook, follow these simple steps:
1. Launch Outlook and select the message you want to find the folder path for.
2. Press the Alt + Enter key to open the Properties box.
3. The Properties box will display information about the message, including its Name, Type, Location, Size, and more.
4. You will be able to see what folder the email is in.
Another way to find the folder path of email messages in Outlook is as follows:
1. Select the message you want to find the folder path for.
2. Press the Ctrl + Shift + F keys to open an Advanced Find dialog box.
3. The field “Look in” will reveal the folder path of the folder.
A path is a string of characters that identifies the location where a file or folder is stored in a directory structure. Paths are stored hierarchically, with components separated by a delimiting character.
If you want to change the path of a folder in Outlook, there are two methods you can use:
1. Click and drag the folder to a new location within a mailbox.
2. Right-click the folder and select “Move Folder” from the context menu. A dialog box will open, allowing you to choose a new location for the folder.
We hope this tutorial has helped you understand how to find the folder path of email messages in Outlook.