About Windows Installer, the .NET Framework, and Visual Studio.
I respond to a lot of questions answered on an internal alias for Windows
Installer support, some of which inspire posts on my blog. That alias is also
archived in a public folder on our corporate
Exchange server so there is a vast
treasure trove of information for reading - far too much to use
For those also in an environment where public folders exist in Exchange full
of information, there are many ways to find information quickly. I prefer to use
Windows Desktop Search. To set this up, follow these instructions:
You can now force a rebuild of the index or wait a while for the index to get
built when your machine is idle. When finished you should be able to find mail,
posts, and attachments from any favorites you have selected very quickly.
Outlook's built-in search is able to search Public Folders? Now that's news, I wasn't aware of that. But I think that it searches with about the same speed as in my local index so I'd say that this is not the fastest way. I prefer lookeen which is also able to build a shared index, one index for all members of a company, for example, which can be searched by every single member.
Hope you can provide some assistance. Office 2010. We have a group mailbox on an exhange server. I need to search the subfolders within the inbox (some 20 to 30 folders). I can't see me needing to add all of these folders to my favorites, especially since folders are added on a monthly bases. Any suggestions on how I can search subfolders of a public mailbox. Windows Search only seems to search my favorites and Advanced search has subfolders disabled.
@Greg, sorry but I'm not sure of another way to do that. You might contains your Exchange administrator and see if they can do anything on the server. We also have forums for IT professionals that may help at social.technet.microsoft.com.