By default, the POA indexes messages and documents in the post office every 24 hours at 8:00 p.m. You can modify this interval if users need messages and documents indexed more quickly. To start indexing immediately, see Updating QuickFinder Indexes.
To adjust the interval at which indexing occurs:
In ConsoleOne, browse to and right-click the POA object, then click.
Clickto display the QuickFinder page.
Make sureis selected.
In thefield, specify the number of hours and minutes after midnight you want the POA to start its indexing cycle.
For example, if you setto 6 and to 1 hour, indexing cycles occurs at 1:00 a.m., 7:00 a.m., 1:00 p.m., and 7:00 p.m.
Decrease the number of hours and minutes in thefield so indexing occurs more frequently.
The interval is measured from the start of one indexing cycle to the next, so that indexing starts at regular intervals, no matter how long each indexing session takes. By default, the start point of the cycle is 8:00 p.m.
To avoid overloading the POA with indexing processing, a maximum of 1000 items are indexed per database for each indexing cycle. If a very large number of messages are received regularly, you should configure the POA with frequent indexing cycles in order to get all messages indexed in a timely manner.
To handle occasional heavy indexing requirements, you can start indexing manually. See Updating QuickFinder Indexes.
Clickto save the new indexing settings.
ConsoleOne then notifies the POA to restart so the new settings can be put into effect.
Corresponding Startup Switches: You can also use the ‑‑qfinterval, ‑‑qfintervalinminute, ‑‑qfbaseoffset, and ‑‑qfbaseoffsetinminute switches in the POA startup file to regulate indexing.
POA Web Console: If the POA Web console is password protected as described in Section 37.2.1, Setting Up the POA Web Console, you can control indexing for the current POA session on the Configuration page. Under the heading, click . If indexing is currently in progress, you can check the status of the indexing process on the Scheduled Events page.