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GroupWise Find Feature

GroupWise Find Feature

GroupWise Find Feature

(OP)
We are currently using GroupWise 6.0.4 and Netware 6.0.5 and about 3 days the Find feature stopped working for one user.  I have ran analyze/fix on Structure and Contents, then a Structural Rebuild on his mailbox, but it still does not work.  In other words, when he performs a Find, rather it be full text, from or to fields it does not yield the desired results or after 5 minutes still says "searching".  The information we are searching for is in his mailbox.  Anyone else have this problem?

RE: GroupWise Find Feature

Give this a try....

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Go into the Mailbox folder properties. Select Display Tab. Under "Setting Name" select "Find Results" click delete. Click OK

This will remove the damaged find result view settings and the next time a find is done, the find results view settings will be recreated.

RE: GroupWise Find Feature

(OP)
I tried that, but he is still experiencing a problem.  I will next try deleting his GroupWise account and recreating.  I have archived all his e-mail, contacts, etc.

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