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On 7/10/07, Pinkham, Jim <Jim -dot- Pinkham -at- voith -dot- com> wrote:
> I've been using Windows Desktop Search for probably nine months now. In
> a work environment with vital information scattered hither and yon, it's
> been a huge efficiency boost. I can search either my hard drive and the
> network locations I select or the Internet. ...
Thanks for the recommendation. I used Google at my last gig, and was
jsut wonderign what they'd allow here (they more uptight). And so I
asked for either WDS or Google, and sure enough they prefer WDS.
I wonder if it can look at my Sharepoint site(s)? I'm very new to
using Sharepoint, and the search feature seems to ... hmmm, what's the
word I'm looking for? Ah, right: SUCK.
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