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  1. May 2021
    1. Click on the Windows start button to open a menu and select Settings from the options. Next, click on the update and security option. A new window should open on your screen; click on the Troubleshoot option from all the options. The next step to fix the Microsoft Outlook search not working problem is to click on the Search and Indexing option. When a dialog box opens on the screen, select Run the troubleshooter and wait for it to detect a problem.

  2. Feb 2021
    1. To repair the Outlook index when Microsoft Outlook mail search not working, type control in the Windows search bar and then select the suitable option to open the Control Panel. Now, navigate to Programs and then Programs & Features. After that, scroll down and select Outlook 2016 or Microsoft Office. Now, select Change from the top menu, and choose Quick repair. After that, select Repair to fix Outlook search no results issues.

  3. Dec 2020
    1. The demise of Ecco Pro was blamed by many (including the publishers of Ecco Pro themselves) on Microsoft's decision to bundle Outlook with Office at no extra charge. And while that was undoubtedly part of the problem, Ecco Pro also failed by marketing itself as merely a fancy PIM to lawyers and others then lacking technological sophistication sufficient to permit them to appreciate that the value and functionality of the product went so far beyond that of supposedly "free" Outlook that the two might as well have originated on different planets.

      Ecco Pro's demise was attributed to Microsoft's decision to bundle Outlook with Office at no extra charge.

      This, even though, in terms of products, they could not have been more different.

    1. Those were a few of the problems that could have brought down Ecco Pro. In the end, however, it was one massive problem: There was a company down the street that was developing a product that would make Ecco Pro obsolete. Microsoft would release Office ’97 on November 19th, 1996. Among the many components of the new suite of products was a personal information manager called Outlook. Eight months later, NetManage would release its last update of Ecco Pro, version 4.01. Development of the software effectively ceased after that.

      Price claims ECCO Pro was terminated because it couldn't compete with Microsoft Outlook, released in 1997.