I would do one folder at a time so you can easily move to a new folder you create in Entourage.If you want the functionality of having all mail stored on the server, I suggest getting a Gmail IMAP account. By design all POP messages go to a single Inbox under “On My Computer”.To do what you want is very simple: press opt-cmd-F to get the Advanced Find and insert the domain name in the From criterion there.(By default it's already set at From and shows the email address of the sender of the currently selected message.) It's been this way since Entourage 2001 and OE Mac before that. Entourage 2004 now has the ability to use Spotlight for searches. Tips for using Spotlight with Entourage How to find folder for message: Spotlight search results finds the message.This is especially important if you get a lot of spam on this account. A new way to get Hotmail on your phone Some users don’t see how to create a POP account. This is the old web account that is being discontinued.
Avoid downloading all your mail at once by using specially formatted Gmail labels.
2) How do I view replies and forwards in my Sent Items folder?
When I type "Re:" or "FW:" into the Quick-filter box, it doesn't show all of my replies/forwards. Click New, and make your search look like this: "Search for Forwarded Messages": 3) Is it possible to have Entourage search for the real E-mail address when you do a Search on Name contains? Example: 4) Maybe I am just not using Entourage 2004 properly.
The Quick Search filter for "From", for example, works only on the contents of the "From" column as it actually appears.
When the sender includes a display name, the From column (for space reasons) has only the Display Name, not the email address, so it finds only the Display Name.
(If the sender has not included a display name, then it will find the email address, or any part of it such as the domain.) This is for reasons of speed - it's a QUICKsearch filter.