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Activities slow to search and load

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After installing outlook 2007 I installed the new search feature for xp and it indexed all my files and outlook content.  If i type in a contacts name anything releated to them appers very quickly however, if you open a contact and then in the "show" area select "activities" for that contact a little magnifine glass comes up and starts searching the outlook file for related emails, notes, tasks and so on and provides them in the list. This takes several minutes.  Is there a way to link this searching to the indexed search that is much faster?
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