How do I change the search order in Outlook 2003?

Posted on 2007-08-08
Last Modified: 2013-11-05
In Outlook 2003 when a user performs a search, it starts searching at June 15, (which happens to be the same date that I migrated them to their current mail server) and then it searches all the way to earliest date and then finishes with the most recent items.  Is there anyway that I can program it to start with the most recent items?
Question by:monicamd
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    You cannot but you can optimize speed by install an indexing application like Windows Desktop Search to increase search performance

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    This does not solve my problem, so I am closing this question.

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