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Fast search of mails in outlook

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Hello. I am looking for some way/plugins for fast search of mails in outlook. Earlier I was using thunderbird mail client and looking for kind of same search functionality of thunderbird in outlook.

Kindly provide some tips/plugins. I am using Outlook 2007. Thanks!
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You can use something like xobni to index and quickly search your inbox.
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google desktop search works well up to outlook 2007 (not at all for 2010) windows search also works well
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Thank you! :-)
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