Webmail 9.0: Creating Saved Searches

Within Redtail Webmail, you can create Advanced Searches and save them for quick use in the future. Advanced Searches put many different criteria at your disposal to define the parameters of your search.  As but one simple example, below is a quick look at how you'd set up a Saved Search allowing you to quickly access your Unread Emails.

The first step to begin establishing a Saved Search is to click the down arrow within the Search box in the upper-right of Redtail Webmail:



You'll then see you available Search parameters open up beneath the Search box:



This area is where you can choose the parameters you would like to use to define your search variables — for our example, a Saved Search to pull up Unread Emails, we'll check off Unread on the Filter by line:




After checking off Unread and clicking Search, all messages in each folder that have an unread status will display in your Message pane. If you wish to drill down some more and select a specific folder like Inbox, on the "Search In" line click the "All Mail" menu and then select Inbox (or your desired folder) from the list:




After selecting the Inbox folder, the results displayed will update to reflect only unread emails within that specific folder.

To save your search, click the Save Search option from your tool bar across the top:



You'll then see a Save Search dialog, where you can name the Saved Search you've just run:




In our example, I'm naming the search "Unread Emails". After clicking "Save", your Saved Searches will always be available from the left pane of your Mail area:




And that's all there is to creating Saved Searches that you can later access with one click for a dynamic listing of all emails that meet the criteria of your original search.

You probably noticed that there are quite a few criteria you can work with to build your searches for saving, so if you frequently find yourself searching within Redtail Webmail, you might explore your options there to see if you can set up Saved Searches for those types of emails you're generally looking for.

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