Gmail tip: Searching only for attachments

25 November 2010   0 comments  

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Gmail tip: Searching only for attachments Because I've seen people many times searching in Gmail when what they're looking for is an attachment. Often you search for something like "ProjectX" and find a huge thread full of emails without that one document attachment you're looking for.

Add to your normal search:

has:attachment

and it will only find emails with an attachment. See example screenshot on the right.

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