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How should I perform wildcard searches in my Barracuda Message Archiver's Search Log?

  • Type: Knowledgebase
  • Date changed: 7 years ago
Solution #00003603

Scope:
All Barracuda Message Archivers, all firmware versions.

Answer:
Search terms with wildcards are interpreted from left to right when entered on the Basic > Search page. The first term in such a search cannot be a wildcard (an asterisk (*)).

Additional Notes:
For example, if you want to find email to or from the address user@company.ac.co.uk then you can search using these terms:
  • company.ac*
  • company.ac.*.uk
The following search terms will not match user@company.ac.co.uk:
  • *.ac.co.uk (wildcards cannot be first)
  • ac.*.uk (the domain starts with company, not ac. It will match the domain ac.co.uk, however)
Additionally, you can use the search type "Domain" to search for any emails which have a sender or recipient with the domain specified.

The Barracuda Message Archiver uses the @ symbol and spaces as delimiters, so you can search for personal names, usernames, or domain names individually as well.

A helpful Barracuda Message Archiver searching guide is attached to the bottom of this solution.

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https://campus.barracuda.com/solution/50160000000HMEBAA4

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