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Old 08-11-2017, 03:35 PM
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Default Outlook 16 - search by # of words in message?

Anyone clever enough to have a hint on how to do this?

I think I have probably 1,000 or so sent message where all I said was some variant of "thank you" but I don't want to sift through all my sent messages (or search by thank you or thanks because those come up too often in messages with actual content).

So I figure if I can search by messages with fewer than say 10 words that might do the trick....
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Don't know how to do word count, but could you sort by size and then do the search?
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I've used Python to do word counts in e-mails.

See https://stackoverflow.com/a/15904604 for a start.
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