Advanced Search Scenarios

You can search a variety of collections within a single advanced search, separated by groups. The following scenarios represent use cases that are typical for Advanced Search. Remember that you can search a variety of collections within a single advanced search, separated by groups.

Before starting any Advanced Search:

Scenario 1: Multiple queries within Message Search

In the example shown below, the query is set up to return results for the following scope:

This means that the following scenarios would not return any results:

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For information on some parameters in the Advanced Search dialog box, click the Help button.
NOTE
It is important to follow the lines demarcating each group in order to determine if Any Of or All Of applies to a query. Some of the operators in your query may not have any effect until there is more than one rule in your group. For more information, see About Boolean Operators.

Scenario 2: Attachment and Document Search

In the example shown below, the query is set up to return results for the following scope:

This means that the following scenarios would not return the following results:

IMPORTANT
In NetGovern Search, any dates related to attachments correspond to email dates. Therefore, your attachment search must be included with a Message collection where you also have a rule searching for email dates.
NOTE
It is important to follow the lines demarcating each group in order to determine if Any Of or All Of applies to a query. Some of the operators in your query may not have any effect until there is more than one rule in your group. For more information, see About Boolean Operators.

Scenario 3: Multiple queries within Federated Search

Federated Search is an aggregated search that looks for results across all Collection types.

In the example shown below, the query is set up to return results for the following scope:

This means that the following scenarios would not return the following results:

NOTE
Because this search scope uses only the "And" operator, search results will be narrowed down and should return exactly what you are looking for.

For more information on searching Classification results and Confidence Score Range, see Searching Confidence Scores.

NOTE
It is important to follow the lines demarcating each group in order to determine if Any Of or All Of applies to a query. Some of the operators in your query may not have any effect until there is more than one rule in your group. For more information, see About Boolean Operators.