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  Reply # 1495129 18-Feb-2016 17:55
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Interestingly, I note that the trusted old Lookout email search tool is mentioned quite a bit on the Lookeen pages.

 

Lookout was amazing !!! Found documents buried in layers of email wrappers, zip files, etc and was able to be coaxed into searching document shares, etc.

 

Microsoft purchased Lookout, and subsequently support was dropped from Vista / Office 2007 onwards -

 

https://lookeen.com/blog/lookout-an-obituary

 

I think I managed to kludge it once for a more recent version of Office (Outlook 2010?),





My thoughts are no longer my own and is probably representative of our media-controlled government


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  Reply # 1497691 23-Feb-2016 11:15
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Somewhere in Auckland, a Geek waits anxiously :) 

 

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  Reply # 1498732 24-Feb-2016 19:36
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Hello folks

 

Sorry for the delay in sending these out but you may be aware I spent a weekend in Auckland for Nate's wedding... And didn't come back until Monday evening.

 

If you have a PM you are lucky. Check now!

 

 

 

 





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