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Exchange 2003 - Finding all emails by keyword

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I need to be able to search an exchange 2003 mailstore for all emails containing a set keyword.

Can anyone offer advice or recommend a product that can search the mailstore.

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Exmerge was designed to do this.
You can get the latest version from Microsoft.

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Hi Mestha,

I've had a check on Exmerge, but from what I've seen it can't perform a search on the body text, only the Subject Line.  Is there a way to use Exmerge to search the body as well?

I need to be able to search the entire email for teh particular keyword.

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The only other tool is OnTrack PowerControls or one of Quest's tools.

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