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    I have looked at zimbra help section on searching, but it doesn't cover my particular question.

    I want to search for a specific email where I wrote 'not Thursday'. searching for _not thursday_ returns every email with not and thursday but not in the same sentence.

    Is it possible to search for the exact string "Not Thursday"?

    Thanks,
    Andy

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    does anyone have any ideas on this, it is a quite a common search criteria (multiple words) that we use in the office to narrow down our email search ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by yesmaybe View Post
    does anyone have any ideas on this, it is a quite a common search criteria (multiple words) that we use in the office to narrow down our email search ...
    Have you read the wiki article on Web Client Search Tips?
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