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
A wildcard search uses a wildcard character at the end of a search term to represent one or more unspecified characters. The question mark ? represents a single character, and the asterisk * represents one or more characters.
appl? finds archived messages with search terms such as apple or apply.
comp* finds archived messages with search terms such as computing, computer, or company.
The wildcard character must be placed at the end of the search term. The search term must contain at least three characters before the wildcard character.
In phrase searches, the * and ? characters are treated as special characters, not wildcards.