You can download the index to ensure this fact - it has Elasticlunr format and stores statistics on email's subject, body and attachments` names.
Firstly, the user should decide what languages he would like to use for searching to use specific stemming and stopwords filtering from the following list:
- English (default)
where English is the default language.
Please keep in mind that each additional language support slows down a bit indexing and searching.
Click `Build Search Index` to start the indexing all emails in all folders labeled by S/MIME label. Fossa Guard Pro tries automatically label all new incoming S/MIME emails basing on email's content type but anyway please make sure you have all emails planned for searching labeled.
User can be requested to confirm languages selection in case he has chosen more than 2 additional languages:
Note that during the process User will be requested to enter the passphrase for the private key access to decoded S/MIME encrypted message. The passphrase will be cached for 10 minutes to make the indexing process convenient for the User
Once the index will be built it keeps the time of the last update to incrementally refresh the index in the future.
The User can
- `Download` the index in JSON format (lately ability to import the index will appear which can be helpful for some special cases
- `Refresh` the index when all new emails since the time of last update will be checked on S/MIME content type and will be added to the index.
- `Remove` the index
To search indexed emails the User should use standard Gmail search bar with the `smime:` prefix:
That's all about search in S/MIME emails implemented in Fossa Guard Pro version.
Happy New Year!