The FT Search Manager provides two types of Discovery/Compliance searching;
1. Discovery/Compliance searching for Users
2. Discovery/Compliance searching for Administrators, Power Users & Legal Departments
This form of searching allows users to personally respond to requests for information (e.g. Litigation Requests), via searching their Mail, Archives, and local PC.
Search Results can be exported to PST, PDF, HTML, EML, copied to a dedicated export database, copied to a folder, copied to a new email, or deleted. For maximum flexibility, customers can also add their own processing options.
The following screenshots show Discovery/Compliance searching by an individual user, using a Notes Client.
This form of searching allows Administrators or specified users (e.g. Legal Departments) to search thousands of Mail Files and Archives simultaneously, then either view or process the results. Databases can be selected based on Users, Groups, O/OU levels, Directories, Servers or Individually.
For example, a common search might be in response to a Legal Hold, exporting results to PDF for delivery to an external party.
Results are selectable & processable on a database or individual result basis. Default Processing options are “Export to PST", “Export to PDF", “Export to HTML", “Export to EML", "Copy to Database” and “Copy to Email”, but each customer is able to configure their own processing options.
In this example, 1 extra line of information are shown per document (the 'Extra +1' data length setting).
All Database Results
Individual Database Results
IONET FT Search Manager is among the best first class Notes-Apps I have seen.
We needed a tool for searching multiple databases and found that the FT Search Manager meets our needs perfectly.
FT Search Manager is really the "killer app" we have been searching for....I found nothing that can compare with FT Search Manager's flexibility, ease of use, stability, and quality of results.
It's a great product at a great price and something everyone in the Notes/Domino community should be using.
The Tool is actually AMAZING, it saves me A LOT of time searching through my Local Archives.
Started using your search tool - VERY good results so far. Thank You - this has been VERY helpful.
FTSM is the best thing that happened to Lotus Notes and continues to be.