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
Accessing your own archived emails
Advanced eDiscovery users can view and access their own archived emails from the Investigations tab > My Mailbox node. You can view all of your archived emails, including the emails that were deleted from your email inbox.
My Mailbox has similar functionality to your Personal.cloud archive. You can view and search your own emails. You can also reply and forward your emails from here. You cannot restore emails to your own account from Advanced eDiscovery and can only restore mails to the accounts which you monitor.
When you view your archived emails, certain Personal.cloud features such as search filters and active folders are not available from Advanced eDiscovery.
When you select an email from the list, a preview pane displays the message. You can move this preview pane to underneath or to the right side of the main pane. The preview pane displays the message content and any attachments that are included with the original email.
You can double-click an email in the list to open the email in a separate window.
Below the Subject, From, Sent, and To information in the email header, you can see listed any attachments and also any custom tags or classification tags that are applied to the email. The custom tags and classification tags are typically for use with eDiscovery tasks.