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Using Advanced Find on a Digitally Signed Message

Posted on 2008-06-10
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When I use Advanced Find and look in "Subject Field and Message Body", it won't find the text if it is in a digitally signed message.  I had a coworker send the same message to me signed and unsigned, when I search based on the contents, it finds the unsigned message but not the signed message.  Has anyone else seen this?
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Worked on my Outlook 2003 with signed and unsigned messages.
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