[thelist] Intranet Document Content Search Engine

Janet Nabring-Stager jnabring at yahoo.com
Mon Jan 31 08:39:17 CST 2005

Hi Shaun - 

A few years ago, I successfully installed and used the following
search engine product for my employer's (a non-profit) intranet:

Wasn't terribly difficult for a 'semi-technical' person to set up,
with the assistance of our sys admin.

I think they discuss some ways to create separate indexes for
different users, in the Support/Help section.

HTH - Janet

Date: Fri, 28 Jan 2005 10:36:42 +0200
From: Shaun Clements <ShaunC at relyant.co.za>
To: "'thelist at lists.evolt.org'" <thelist at lists.evolt.org>
Subject: [thelist] Intranet Document Content Search Engine
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Im hoping there is a source of divine knowledge out there.

I have been tasked with providing a search engine facility which can 
run on
a Linux Server, and search the contents of documents that reside on a
windows machine.
The one business requirement that I cannot resolve is that I need the

engine to search specific directories for particular users. 

I am looking for a product which can meet these requirements, will 
pay or
use open source.

Thanks in advance.

Kind Regards,
Shaun Clements
Subject to www.relyant.co.za/edisclaim.htm

Janet Nabring-Stager

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