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Issue with E-Mail Indexing

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My e-mail is not being indexed as expected. This seems to have started a month or two ago, but I can’t be certain

This is problematic as I rely heavily on the search capabilities of Outlook/Exchange. Please advise. I do know that there was a change made on either exchange or my exchange account recently because I am prompted to restart the outlook client when that occurs. I’m not sure if that is related, but timing seems like it could be. Thanks.
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by:Scott Thomson
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Do you use exchange?
You are on a network?
Are you on a Domain?

There is an option that may help

http://www.sevenforums.com/microsoft-office/121863-how-can-i-re-index-outlook-2010-a.html
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by:Scott Thomson
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Nice tutorial TG
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by:Tony Giangreco
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thanks
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thanks!
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