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digiclone

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I have a number of users complaining that when using the find function in outlook it only finds whole words and not partials now that we are on KMS. For example, say they want to search for the word "somewhere" in all their email, so they click on Find and type in "somew", before KMS it would find all email with the word "somewhere" in it. Now with KMS it finds nothing unless they type in the full word. Anyone else run into this issue or know of a workaround?
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rhunter

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I see the same thing here (KMS/KOC 6.08). It also seems to only search in the Subject and From fields from Outlook XP even when using the advanced search to search the message body. I cant get it to search in the message body which is problematic. If you look in Webmail, it's search pulldown is limited to sender and subject, so, I guess that same limitation gets applied to Outlook also. If you can search one, why not allow searches on any field available? The algorithm already exists...

I tried some wildcard characters for the substring searches and didnt get anywhere.
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