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jbrave

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Shouldn't I be able to search the complete message bodies of all locally cached mail messages? I'm surprised this doesn't work now with the off-line connector installed.

Even though Outlook with the KOC can't search through all my messages properly, for some reason, Google Desktop Search had no problem indexing and searching through all my mail before I installed the KOFF connector, even though Kerio didn't support this. Now it seems to have a bit more trouble but it still more or less works. Strange that Google's search supports what Kerio/Outlook does not!

- Joel

[Updated on: Tue, 01 April 2008 20:17]

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sedell

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Body search works fine with KOFF. It's listed in the release notes as supported right above Google Desktop support.

Scott
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jbrave

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Holy sh*t, it looks like you are correct - had to set the options to "Search all text in each message".

- Joel
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