Private outlook contacts wont show in microsoft search in bing results

djk-00 20 Reputation points
2024-03-13T00:50:15.7566667+00:00

Hi - is there any way i can make our users outlook contacts searchable when we search in ms bing search.

So far it is only internal users within our org that shows up.

We would like to be able to search in all contacts that a user have saved in "outlook.office.com/people/"

It would be usefull when for example a user searches for "cookie-recipes" and the search results shows both files, mails and sites related but ALSO an old contact who happens to relate to the subject due to the fact that in the contacts-field "notes" it says: master in the cookie baking universe.... ect ect.

Please can anyone help me!

How can this be done?

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  1. ChristyZhang-MSFT 20,621 Reputation points Microsoft Vendor
    2024-03-13T02:20:10.74+00:00

    Hi @djk-00 ,

    Welcome to our forum!

    So far it is only internal users within our org that shows up.

    Based on my research, i found that it seems only available in your organization. More information about Bing Search: Microsoft Search in Bing and Microsoft 365 Apps for enterprise.User's image

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