If the number is below the allies threshold
The trick is that if there are 2000 users (below ou=Users,ou=ds,dc=xxxx,dc=xxxx) the search will be seen as indexed but it will be 2000 slower than if the email index existed.
Thank you Pierre for reply please elaborate this part from your answer :
" Now the fact that you get or not an unindexed note in search result will depends on the number of descendants of ou=Users,ou=ds,dc=xxxx,dc=xxxx If the number is below the allies threshold the search is indexed by the ancestorid index."
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