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add userfriendly search terms at least for default databases

I have to use Outlook since some years and although I don't like many aspects of it there is one thing I really love: In the search bar I can just type a search as I would say it / think it without knowing the technical fieldnames and a very special syntax:

Lets say: I want all mails that come from Happy.Hogan@starkindustries.com and contain the phrase "danger".

Notes fulltext search:

danger and [From] = Happy.Hogan

Outlook search:

danger from: happy.hogan

This is an easy one. But how about getting all mails sent TO happy.hogan:

Notes fulltext search:

[SendTo] = happy.hogan or [CopyTo] = happy.hogan or [BlindCopyTo] = happy.hogan

Outlook search:

to: happy.hogan

And this becomes even harder for other languages. As a German speaker I can write:

"Von: hans.wurst" in Outlook, but in Notes I still need to know that this is [From] in Notes as fieldnames do not translate.

Please add "aliases" for common fields for the search in Notes AND Verse and build the right search query "internally" before sending it...

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  • Dec 8 2020
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