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Indexing Server, SQL Server, Windows SharePoint Services, SharePoint Portal Server, Exchange Server, and Windows Desktop Search provide full-text search capabilities. Each utilizes so-called IFilter components to index the content and then allows clients to search the index. Learn how IFilter components are utilized and how full-text searching works in each of those products.
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