To add a new location to the index, click on the Modify button.Any network drive or external hard drive will show up in the list of possible locations.
If this is not enough, you can add or remove index locations easily.
However, to be clear, there are some really good third-party programs that will let you do faster and more advanced searches of text files than Windows ever could.
At the top, you’ll see the total number of items that have currently been indexed on your computer.
Below that, you will see a list of all the locations that have been included for indexing.
To help with the transition, a Support option has been added to Group Wise Check (GWCheck) to convert user databases back to the ISO encoding for your language. Start GWCheck as described in Group Wise Check in Databases in the Group Wise 7 Administration Guide. It can be partial text, but it must be the starting words (e.g., the first 27 characters of the subject) but everything that begins with the string you type will be purged and will NOT be recoverable.
To execute the purge, perform a Contents check and fix on the appropriate user database.
Then select it and choose whether you want to index just the properties or the properties and the file contents.
If you know the file contains only text, make sure to select the second radio button.
You can check off any drive or folder that you would like to include in the index.
Depending on how many files and folders are in a location, it could take some time for search indexer to index everything.
Once the references have been fixed the orphaned attachments in Removes Time Zone fields from user databases to help resolve problems that occasionally arise when switching to and from daylight saving time.