this should be a faq.
swish-e -w 'not somewordIknowisnotinmyindex'
andy rosbrook scribbled on 5/24/06 6:08 AM:
> Hi all
> I'm just wondering if there is a way to essentially search for nothing? I
> have a tool that emails out search results every week and updates some web
> site indexes every week. I'm just wondering if i can enter a search term
> that will return all the urls that were indexed? So in my email it would be
> a list of urls that were successfully indexed.
> For example, searching google for site:http://swish-e.org would return all
> the indexed pages that google holds for the swish home page!
> I know i could do this by looking at the index output, just wondering
> weather it is possible through a search term? I've tried to search for
> nothing but that didnt work!
> thanks in advance
> The new MSN Search Toolbar now includes Desktop search!
Peter Karman . http://peknet.com/ . peter(at)not-real.peknet.com
Received on Wed May 24 06:05:43 2006