Calendar search

Fastmail supports an intuitive calendar search feature on web and mobile that helps you find events faster. You can chain these searches together to narrow down the results.

To find an event, type one or more keywords into the "Search calendar" box in the toolbar and hit enter. Events matching the search will be highlighted to help you find them and notice patterns.

Advanced Search

If you're having trouble finding what you're looking for, you can create a more precise search using the following terms:

SearchDescription
is:freeSearch for events that are marked as free.
is:busySearch for events that are marked as busy.
is:alldaySearch for events that are marked as "all day".
is:repeatedSearch for events that are recurring.
is:inviteSearch for events to which you have been invited.
rsvp:yesSearch for events to which you have marked "Going".
rsvp:maybeSearch for events to which you have marked "Maybe".
rsvp:noSearch for events to which you have marked "Not Going".
rsvp:noneSearch for events to which you have not yet marked your attendance.
tz:fooThe event's time zone name contains foo.
in:fooThe event's calendar name contains foo.
what:fooThe event's title contains foo.
where:fooThe event's location contains foo.
note:fooThe event's description contains foo.
who:fooThe event has a participant with foo in their name or email address.
from:fooThe event is owned by someone with foo in their name or email address.

We also support the boolean operators AND/OR/NOT. You can use parentheses to group searches with these operators.

Example searches

rsvp:(yes OR maybe) who:hannah note:(NOT breakfast)

This search will look for events owned by someone with "hannah" in their name or email address, to which you have marked yourself as "going" or "maybe", that does not contain the word "breakfast" in the description.

school picnic in:(School OR Personal)

This search will perform a general search for events matching "school picnic", but only in the calendars named "School" or "Personal".

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