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  1. I create a workflow for searching mail from Outlook for Mac V16 (A.K.A. 2016). Now it support searching Mail sender, Subject and Preview Content with below format: olk [keyword] And also you can search with multiple keywords: olk [keyword1] [keyword2] [keyword3] To limit search scope in one attribute: olk from:[keyword] olk title:[keywords1] [keywords2] ... By default, this workflow searches mail from all folders and with default page size 20, for results more than 20, you can click last item 'Next 20 Results...' to go to next page. You can also conf
  2. Hi All, I created three simple workflows to search for either Messages, Contacts or Events in Outlook for Mac. The workflows are for Outlook 2011. They assume your identity is named Main Identity (I purposefully wanted to avoid searching backed-up identities, but the search scope can easily be edited). The workflows are available here. (zipped archive) Corentin
  3. This workflow will query both or either Exchange Office 365 or Google Calendar to pull down a daily list of events. They will be organized by time and - if configured - it will extract online meeting information from either Skype or Hangouts and allow you to jump right into the meeting Usage You can use the following commands Available Commands: Today (shows the today list) Tomorrow (shows tomorrows list of events) tc Loads configuration options tcrest Restes data to default Download the Latest Release
  4. Hello! I'm trying to solve a problem, and Alfred seems to be the closest to a solution I've found. This is a variation on searching mail.app messages. I've exported my sizable e-mail archive to .eml files - they're text files, in a format remarkably similar to raw SMTP messages (including attachments being embedded, not in a separate folder). This is the format Outlook (2011?) uses when you drag & drop messages into a folder. I need to be able to search them - really, by attribute, not just string matches (date ranges, from vs. to, subject, perhaps even compound
  5. Hi all i am looking for a workflow, which helps me do these 2 scenarios: - search for Emails in Outlook in the inbox folder from a specific sender (eg: "Emails in inbox from Tom") - search for Emails in Outlook in the sent folder to a specific sender (eg: "Emails sent to Tom") thanks a lot, that would help massively
  6. Alfred: v2.7.1 (387) Outlook: v15.11.1 OSX: Yosemite 10.10.4 Procedure: Find a file in Alfred --> (go to Actions) --> Email To... --> (choose recipient) Result: the mail gets created in the Drafts folder instead of being opened / foremost on the screen. Alternatives: If I use a link of the form "mailto:tom@hotmail.com" in safari, it opens up Outlook with the mail message just fine If I use "email" from Alfred, and set a recipient from my contact list, it also opens Outlook correctly with the mail message to the front
  7. I am looking for someone that is familiar with Alfred enough to set up a script filter that can search a given folder for a keyword and give me the ability to change the sorting of the query results. It's ok if I have to change this in code - doesn't have to be a UI toggle or anything like that. For example, I want to search for an e-mail in Outlook with the number 456 in the subject line. I hit my hotkey, enter "456" and three hits appear, sorted by send date and actually SHOWING the send date. I need to be able to do this for Outlook message searches and standard file searches in a g
  8. This is a workflow that will search the subject field of emails in the new version of Outlook for Mac that is currently available to Office 365 subscribers. Additional fields can be added in the advanced section of the file filter. The new version has a different data path as well as a new file type, so the old Outlook searches were not working. If anyone knows how to make the date the e-mail was received show up where the file path shows in the results, I would be your best friend. The workflow can be downloaded HERE.
  9. Hi, I'm trying to send a document via email thru Alfred. My default email client is Outlook. But it doesn't show a new email window when I try to do it. See a video here: https://db.tt/gHVeDDMO My steps: 1) Find a document 2) Right arrow to show a list of options 3) Choose "Email" 4) My email tool is shown up, but doesn't generate a new email window, neither offering to send this document in attachment. Thanks, Alexander
  10. I am trying to modify the Outlook workflows posted here to work with the new version of Outlook. I added the new data path to the search scope (Users ▸ brad ▸ Library ▸ Group Containers ▸ UBF8T346G9.Office ▸ Outlook ▸ Outlook 15 Profiles ▸ Main Profile ▸ Data) but it does seem to find anything no matter what I search for. Spotlight finds things without any problems when I use the search parameter "kMDItemTitle", which is what I want, to be able to search for a subject string. Anyone have any ideas? This is the only thing keeping me from moving away from Mail.app for good (the Exchange
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