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    a.dipasquale is offline Trained Alumni
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    Quote Originally Posted by phoenix View Post
    Why would it be? The search functionseems to do what most people need.
    this is your opinion! Ask them

    Quote Originally Posted by phoenix View Post
    Yes there is if you want it to be considered 'important', if you don't think it's worth voting then it's obviously not important to you.
    look out and compare other software. don't need any further answer.
    Thank you
    and best regards.
    Adriano

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    phoenix is online now Zimbra Consultant & Moderator
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    Quote Originally Posted by a.dipasquale View Post
    this is your opinion! Ask them
    I don't need to ask them, there 22 votes on the bug report and a few posts in this forum even you're not bothered enough to raise the profile of the RFE by voting or filing a support case.
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    Bill


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    it is unbeleavable how you - as moderator - answers on a question like this!

    i am also very disappointed about the crappy search-function in zimbra!
    why the hell do they use a database?
    every little opensource webmailer or groupware is able to search like described here!
    i our case (>50 users) we probably will search for another system - only because of not functional search!
    we wanted a professional system - it's difficult to find one - openexchange isn't either ...

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    The Zimbra's engine search is based on Lucene. About Lucene prefix wildcards i had found this:

    By Erik HatcherFebruary 20 2006 16:10 PST

    Yes, aa*car* is supported by QueryParser.
    Let me emphasize that prefix wildcards (*car*)
    are supported by WildcardQuery -
    it is QueryParser that prevents those
    potentionally performance killing queries from being made.
    What wildcard search support is available from Lucene?

    I think this explain because this feature is not yet implemented.
    Sorry for my (no)english.

    Gianmario.

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