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Finding and Organizing Outlook Items 566 I've used the Contact QuickFind feature several times. But now every search I ever made is listed in the QuickFind drop-down list. How can I clear this list? The QuickFind history is stored in the Windows Registry. You can clear this history by deleting the following Registry key: HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Office\11.0\Out- look\Contact\QuickFindMRU As always, be sure that you have a current backup of the Registry before making any changes to it. For more information about editing the Registry, see "Working with the Windows Regis- try," p. 935.. Note Searching Across Stores I want to search for all items in both my mailbox and several public folders on the Exchange Server. How can I do this? Unfortunately, you can't. All searches (including search folders) are limited to your one store at a time. You can search your Exchange mailbox, a Personal Folders file, or an Archive file, just not all at the same time. Improving Your Outlook You can use all the methods described in this chapter to create saved searches and search folders to quickly locate the information you need. If you receive as many email messages as I do in a day (anywhere from 50 to 100), you need a quick-and-easy way to navigate to the information you want