I have a customer running SBS 2003 (Exchange 2003) and Windows 7 clients running Outlook 2010. I have found by playing that the Windows 7 Search will not find e-mails unless the Outlook clients run in cached Exchange mode.
I guess that makes sense. If they are not running cached mode there is no file on the workstation (ost) for Windows Search to search. Cached Exchange mode has been known to cause a lot of problems.
Is there a way to run the Outlook clients in non cached Exchange mode and have the Windows 7 Search still search find e-mails?
Excel can be a tricky bit of software to get your head around. Whilst you’ll be able to eventually get to grips with the basic understanding of how to get by, there are a few Excel tips that not everybody will even know about let alone know how to d…
Look below the covers at a subform control , and the form that is inside it. Explore properties and see how easy it is to aggregate, get statistics, and synchronize results for your data.
A Microsoft Access subform is used to show relevant calcul…
As many of you are aware about Scanpst.exe utility which is owned by Microsoft itself to repair inaccessible or damaged PST files, but the question is do you really think Scanpst.exe is capable to repair all sorts of PST related corruption issues?