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Barracuda Advanced Discovery

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This article refers to the Barracuda ArchiveOne Enterprise version 7.1 and higher. You must have access rights granted by your administrator to use Barracuda Advanced Discovery.

In ArchiveOne version 7.1, Information Manager Discovery was rebranded to Barracuda Advanced Discovery. If you are an existing customer with licenses for Information Manager Discovery and a valid Software Version Assurance (SVA) contract, contact Barracuda Networks Technical Support for upgrade to Barracuda Advanced Discovery.

Use Barracuda Advanced Discovery to assists with examining mail related to litigation cases brought against an organization. The main role is to identify mails deemed to be relevant and to take a legal hold copy of them if needed. Barracuda Advanced Discovery helps identify what is relevant and can allow those items to be exported for delivery to a legal team.

Configure cases that relate to a pending legal case and configure collection-specific sets of search criteria that identify what may be of interest in each case. For each collection you can run a summary report on the number of items matching the criteria in each mailbox, and capture a copy of each of those items to preserve in case the end-user modifies or removes the message from their mailbox. Typically, you configure several collections, each with the search criteria related to each aspect of the case. Then for each collection, run several summaries while you fine-tune the criteria, then run a capture to take a legal hold on the items.

Once mail is captured, run further ad-hoc searches based on keywords and other criteria, attach named tags to mails for future consideration, and export messages to a set of PST files for delivery to an external party.

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