Use the "or" keyword to see more matches
If you're searching for multiple words, such as fruit pies, you'll probably get more matches searching for fruit or pies. Using the "or" keyword finds messages containing either word.
The "and" keyword is optional
Searching for fruit pies is the same as searching for fruit and pies. Either of these will only find messages that contain both words.
Searches are not case-sensitive
Searches for Fruit Pies, FRUIT PIES or fruit pies will all find messages containing "Fruit Pies", "FRUIT PIES", or "fruit pies".
Use an asterisk (*) in a wildcard search term
Searching for frui* will match "fruit" or "fruity", and searching for *ies will match "pies" or "skies".
Use quote marks to find an exact phrase
To find messages containing the exact phrase "fruit pies" (and not, for example, messages containing the phrase "chicken pies and tasty fruit"), enclose the phrase in quotes: "fruit pies".
Restrict your search to Subject lines with "+subject:"
If you prefix a search term with "+subject:", such as +subject:Fruit or +subject:"Fruit Pies", only messages that have the search term in the subject will be found. Make sure there is no space after "+subject:". (This option is normally unnecessary; messages that contain the phrase in the subject will probably be shown first anyway.)
Restrict your search to a date range
If you include a three-letter month and year in your search term, messages from that month will be matched. For example, searching for "Fruit Pies" "Mar 2004" will show messages containing the phrase "Fruit Pies" from March, 2004.
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