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OL2k10 search issue

Posted on 2013-11-22
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Search does not display email from users newer that two weeks.

Any ideas?
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by:Rob Hutchinson
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If this is from Outlook: I'd say that the first cause may be just that you are only searching one folder, or you have some type of search filter preventing viewing the other emails.

In Outlook 2010, you can click on the "Search Inbox (Ctrl+E)" box in the title bar just above the column titles. When you click here, you get an extra "Search" tab on the top menu.

From the "Search" choices on the Search title bar, choose "Search Tools" where you will be able to specify multiple viewing options.
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Tried all of those things before asking question.

Looks like I am just going to have to try a reindex.
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Will try reindex,if not,just reinstall from scratch.
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