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    In Outlook (2010), I have a number of projectfolders, each one having a "sent" and "received" subfolder. When I search for a certain email, it gives me the email and the subfolder it resides, which is "sent" or "received" (or deleted etc). My question is, how to find the associated project folder one level above the "sent" and "received"?

    Regards, Teunis

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    I don't have 2010, but in earlier versions there was no native way to see the folder tree for the current item. In the Outlook VBE Immediates window you can use:

    ?ActiveInspector.CurrentItem.Parent.FolderPath

    You can MsgeBox and attach this simple macro to an icon through View for this if you need it frequently.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JohnBF View Post
    ?ActiveInspector.CurrentItem.Parent.FolderPath

    You can MsgeBox and attach this simple macro to an icon through View for this if you need it frequently.
    Thanks John,

    Regards, Teunis

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