Some configuration views gives you the possibility to specify the sources for indexing, to use native viewer applications for the search results, specify your index locations, etc.
1. Specify the data sources you want to search for by indexing them. DynaQ currently supports file systems directories, EMails over IMAP accounts, crawling websites and Atom RSS feeds out of the box. After specifying your data sources you can trigger indexing. Indexing is iterative, which means that documents that were indexed in a previous run will not indexed a second time, unless they were modified.
2. DynaQ makes use of the great [Lucene text search engine](https://lucene.apache.org/core/) for fulltext indexing. You are able to specify the directory of the created index, erase it, or (re)trigger postprocessing, i.e. buzzword and thumbnail generation. Further, you can add readonly, external indices for searching.