Available on both the main screen and within folders, the Quick Search feature (located in the upper-right hand corner of the application) allows you to search your inbox for specific details about a particular email you are looking for. The system will search up to the first 10,000 characters within the body of the message. Using this feature to search can be much more efficient and uses less of the program's resources.
Note: When using the quick search feature from the Main Folders screen, the program will search all folders for your search term. By default, when using the quick search feature from within a folder, it will search only that folder for the search term. When you click inside to type, you will see the option to check "All Folders"
Users can search for:
- Email ID number
- eBay User ID
- Subject or Body - use specific keywords
- Email address - use the partial email address (e.g. sarah@ or @thesugarcompany.com). Do not include common factors such as @gmail.com or info@, choose some part of the email that is unique. The system splits words based on spaces, commas, periods and other punctuation characters.
Once you place your cursor in the search box, the “Go to Advanced Search” link will appear. This can be used as a more comprehensive search tool. There are many options available in the Advanced Search, including emails matching "any one of the conditions" specified or "ALL conditions" specified. Search all emails with your selected criteria by date, any status, and in all or any specific folder.
Conditions can be filtered for any of the following email elements:
Even More Advanced Search
Search Tip: ReplyManager uses “%” to be included in search strings for "filtering out" specific words from your search.
%word = ends with the word, can be any beginning
word% = begins with the word, can be any ending
Example: You would like to search for an “Inquiry from (---) customer.” You would like to see inquiries from all customers (with that particular subject line)
In the Conditions, type in:: “Subject”, “like”, “Inquiry from %Amazon% customer
The system would not search in between the %’s.