Veritas Advanced eDiscovery User Guide
- About Veritas Advanced eDiscovery
- Getting started with Advanced eDiscovery
- About the Advanced eDiscovery user interface
- Advanced eDiscovery roles
- About Targeted Collections
- About labels
- About Tags
- About Searches in investigation
- About Mail Reassignment
- Working with the searched collaboration messages
- About Advanced ECA searches
- Case management
- Reviewing and working with emails in eDiscovery
- Email export
- Collaborative reports
- Advanced eDiscovery alerts
- Email Continuity
- Methods for searching cases and accounts
- Boolean operator searches
- Methods for searching tables and reports
- Advanced eDiscovery Frequently Asked Questions
- Best practices, limitations, and known issues
- Advanced eDiscovery updates in previous releases
To search for a phrase, enclose the phrase within double quotation marks. For example:
The search returns those items that contain the exact phrase cloud computing.
A search produces unexpected results if it contains nothing between the quotes, or only white space between the quotes.
A phrase search that includes stop words or special characters can return any of the following:
The exact phrase, including the stop word or special character.
The phrase with the supplied stop word or special character replaced by other stop words or special characters.
The phrase without the stop word or special character.
The phrase "test and verification" returns items that include the exact phrase, and also phrases such as test not verification, test verification.
The phrase with two stop words "cat in the hat" returns items that include the exact phrase, and also phrases such as The cat has no hat, and cat hat.
If the exact phrase occurs in the search results, it is highlighted. Otherwise the phrase is not highlighted.
In phrase searches, the * and ? characters are treated as special characters, not wildcards.