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I recently upgraded a client to server 2012 with Exchange 2010. Their email was part of a cloud solution but is now local. I exported all old mailboxes to PST and imported each to an exchange mailbox. I have re-indexed the server and the local PC's running Outlook 2013 but the search feature will not work for any of the imported mail. I am able to search all new email from the day the mailboxes became active, but the search does not extend to any of the imported mail.
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Have you tried rebuilding your indexes again, which will do a complete crawl:

http://www.sheenaustin.com/2010/11/11/exchange-2010-search-reset-search-index/
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Worked like a charm.
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