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searching exchange mailboxes for word strings

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We have a need to search about 5 users mailboxes for certain words due to a lawsuit.  I can open their inbox and do a search but that does not help me when they have folders created not in the inbox.  Is there a program that allows an exchange admin to search many users mailbox stores for e-mails with certain word strings ?

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Best is to use Exmerge. Run Exmerge on all these 5 mailboxes and extract the mails which has that specific word.

check the following link -->
http://www.petri.co.il/delete_messages_from_mailboxes_by_using_exmerge.htm

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Amit Aggarwal.
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Step no. 11 in this article.

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