Fix Outlook Search Using the Registry

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Use the Outlook Index Repair Menu Option
Open Outlook, then select File > Options > Search. Now, select Indexing Options, followed by Advanced.
Finally, select Rebuild, and click OK. This might well take a moment. After the rebuild is complete, restart your system.

Fix Outlook Search Using the Registry

Press Windows Key + R to open the Run dialog. Then, type regedit and press Enter to open the Registry Editor. Next, Go to the following registry key ( if not found, Create it ):
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Policies\Microsoft\Windows\Windows Search

Once found, select the right-hand panel, then right-click and select New Dword (32-bit). Name the new Dword PreventIndexingOutlook and assign it the value 0.

To Enable or Disable Indexing when on Battery Power

HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Policies\Microsoft\Windows\Windows Search
Create a DWORD = PreventIndexOnBattery and set it to 0

How to check if your domain or IP is blacklisted

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Have you noticed your emails not reaching Inboxes? Are you getting too many bounced emails?

You should consider checking if your domain or IP is blacklisted.

The easiest way is to use MX Toolbox tool:

This tool will show you if your IP or domain is listed in RBL or any Mail filtering system.

If you are listed, the only solution is to request a removal. Each Mail filtering system has its own process, either by submitting proofs or by simple sending a removal request.