Is there a way to search a message for text found within a digitally signed message?

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Digitally Signed Message
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Outlook
Outlook 2003
We send/receive digitally signed and encrypted messages regularly. However, we found that when a digitally signed message is moved into a .pst folder, text within the message cannot be found using any Outlook (2003) search criteria(including advanced searches on MessageClass, etc.) Is there a way to search a message for text found within a digitally signed message. *If we move the message back to the server folder(s) "Inbox" it becomes searchable again. The closest I have gotten is to do an Advanced Search using Message Class - Contains - MultipartSigned as the criteria. This brings up all signed messages - of which there are hundreds, and cannot be searched via "text" within the message or subject.

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