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Posted by Leib Moscovitz
Jul 31, 2020 at 08:22 AM

 

Don’t know how well suited this would be for your needs, but X1 Search can be used for various types of email searches - might be worth giving it a try.

 


Posted by mdlynam
Jul 31, 2020 at 01:26 PM

 

Leib Moscovitz wrote:
Don’t know how well suited this would be for your needs, but X1 Search
>can be used for various types of email searches - might be worth giving
>it a try.


+1 on X1 Search.

Another option could be dtSearch (dtsearch.com)  What’s neat about it?  You can set it to return results synonymous with your term, set ‘fuzzy’ parameters, etc..  This can help uncover concepts.

And—- a 3rd option—noggle search (noggle.online)  It makes use of Carrot2 (carrot2.org) clustering.

 


Posted by MadaboutDana
Aug 1, 2020 at 02:11 PM

 

And if you want something friendly on about the same level as X1, you can try Copernic Desktop Search, which is the same vintage as X1 (actually, I think it predates it by a bit). Pleasant, but dtSearch is the real powerhouse (and much more expensive than either X1 or CDS). All these are for Windows.

Oh, and there’s a new kid on the block that apparently indexes and searches e-mail: Lookeen. It integrates with Outlook, apparently – the website (http://www.lookeen.com) is pretty interesting. The desktop version (for Windows) is very reasonably priced.

FoxTrot Pro is the bees’ pyjamas for macOS, of course.

Cheers,
Bill

 


Posted by eurobubba
Aug 3, 2020 at 03:21 PM

 

Interesting. Can you (or anyone else here) comment on how it compares to HoudahSpot?

MadaboutDana wrote:
>FoxTrot Pro is the bees’ pyjamas for macOS, of course.

 


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