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'Find' (search) feature won't work (Outlook 2002)

Posted on 2004-03-25
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I'm stumped. Dazed and confused. I've run 'detect and repair', uninstalled and  reinstalled Office XP, removed Hotbar, etc., but the 'Find' feature in Outlook still hangs and returns nothing. The last thing i tried was to install Office Proffesional 2003. I think it's some kind of registry problem, but the only fix on Microsoft's website is for Outlook 2000.
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middenface earned 150 total points
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windows search utilities are pretty lame anyway, I would recomend 3rd part software such as enfish www.enfish.com its much faster and very very good
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there are lots more but ive only used that one
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I don't have the option of using 3rd party software, as this is occuring in a work environment, and that would involve approval from my lead, among others. It's strange, because the find feature used to work just fine.
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