Rachi Messing & Tom O’Connor Are Back with Searching in O365 EDiscovery

This is the fifth installment of the Office 365 series with Rachi Messing, Senior Program Manager at Microsoft Legal  and Tom O’Connor of the Gulf Coast Legal Tech Center and this week Rachi and Tom discuss the basic search features of O365.  You can use Content Search to search mailboxes, public folders, SharePoint Online sites, and OneDrive for Business locations. There are no limits on the number of mailboxes and sites that you can search. There are also no limits on the number of searches that run at the same time. After you run a search, the number of content sources and an estimated number of search results are displayed in the details pane on the search page. You can preview the results, or export them to a local computer and if your organization has an Office 365 Enterprise E5 subscription, you can prepare the results for analysis using the powerful analytics features of Office 365 Advanced eDiscovery.

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