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one user is looking for past emails from his journaling mailbox  He says that when he looks in that time period, he is able to see emails, but  some emails are not showing up which he is searching for.

any way to find those emails
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Journaling is a process that copies email either to an archive mailbox in Exchange or a 3rd party archive.  Assuming your end-user is searching an archive mailbox, how are the searches being performed?
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through source one
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What is source one?
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it is 3rd party archive
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