The all new search engine is much more efficient and enhanced than the old one now. It includes the online search feature (searching for the results on the server database even if the database/messages are not stored on Airmail locally).

The new search also allows you to use the Gmail Advanced Search Operators of which you can find a reference from this link: 

https://support.google.com/mail/answer/7190?hl=en

(Please note that fully supported Google Advanced Search Operators are ONLY available for Gmail accounts.)

Some examples of the searches are as follows:

- Searching “to:paul” will result in a message list, in which all the messages will be included, which contain “paul” in the ‘To:’ field.

- Searching “from:paul” will result in a message list, in which all the messages will be included, which contain “paul” in the ‘From:’ field.

- Searching “to:paul or to:steve” will result in a message list, in which all the messages will be included, which contain either “paul” or “steve” in the “To:” field.

Please note that you can also search using complete email address in the search bar - “to:paulxxxx@gmail.com

— You can search the messages by content also. Just type in the part of the content in search field. For example: searching “let us meet this weekend” will result in a message list, which have all the messages that contain ‘let us meet this weekend’.

How to search the messages only in a particular account?

— You can choose the account in which the search should be limited, by choosing the particular account as shown in the picture

How to search all the accounts/database of Airmail?

— You can choose to use the Unified Inbox to search for messages across all the accounts as shown in the picture

Please note that to search in a specific message press 'CMD+Option+F'.

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