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Old 06-06-2008, 11:24 AM   #1
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I’m trying a free add-on for Outlook called Xobni (in-box backwards); it is a program that indexes all your Outlook messages for you, and seems to work quite well. It does not do Boolean searches though (so says Kate Bevan in yesterday’s Technology Guardian. Is anyone else trying it?

   
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Old 06-07-2008, 02:32 PM   #2
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Does it deal with the common problem of correspondents changing the email subject line? I find that's the main thing which puts the spanner in the works!

   
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Does it deal with the common problem of correspondents changing the email subject line?
I don't know yet: I 've only had it since Thursday. I have confirmed what the columnist says, namely that it finds things a lot faster than Outlook does.

It's only for Outlook at the moment, but the people producing this say they will be trying to make it work with other e-mail clients.

   
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