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  2. thanks that solved it, I overlooked the "Include natives" checkbox.
  3. Hi ESIdisco, Can you try to do the following? 1. On the "Load file options" page uncheck "Include natives". 2. Then on the "Rendering options" check "Export skipped item as native file".
  4. Yesterday
  5. Hi community, I am generating my first load file with Intella for Relativity, and regardless of what I try In addition to my tiff files and load file, I still receive a Native Export folder full of native files. I only want xls, xlsx as a native export. Other than that everything else should be single page tiff. P.S. I did include the skip xlsx files for the Original view option, tried with and without same results.
  6. Either way. The search scope (text or metadata) is defined by selected search options only and does not depend on the syntax. Yes, regular expressions should be enclosed between forward slashes: otherwise, they are parsed just like normal query strings. It should be noted that regex syntax support in the regular search is experimental and there are few known limitations related with it. For instance, only patterns for individual words are supported, so sentence or phrase search is not possible there. Regex search in the Content Analysis is a different story: it is more powerful, but as it was pointed out, works only on the full text. I think, Jon's reply was about this type of search.
  7. Rob

    Wish list/suggestions V2

    I wonder if you could add this as a feature request to Intella and Connect? Here’s the scenario where it’s being used in competitor products 1. In eDiscovery cases, the first round of filtering by document type is often done in Encase. 2. Both “live” and “deleted” files are exported directly from Encase into 1 Logical evidence file (L01) which retains the metadata attribute from Encase showing “Is deleted”. 3. Then the L01 is uploaded to Nuix which does show the “Is deleted” column. 4. The plan is to then further process and upload to Relativity. 5. We would like to be able to skip points 3 and 4 and upload the L01 to Intella for processing, then use Intella Connect for review. Huge cost savings, far easier to manage etc. I know there are other ways to export the data from Encase, such as separate folders for live and deleted, then use point 5 above. It’s just that the Nuix\Relativity camps have set up this method (point 2 above) which they advertise as making their products “compatible”, which is backed up by nice marketing. I’m not a fan of either Nuix or Relativity. It would be great to break into their “compatibility” with Intella\Connect fully supporting all the L01 features features such as "Is deleted" and "Is overwritten" from L01 files.
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  9. Hi John, That's strange though because we kept on searching and we found that we were able to use RegEx to search for properties using a different syntax in the search bar. If we surround the RegEx with a leading and a trailing forward slash "/", the RegEx expression also found hits in the properties.
  10. Hi cayerpm, Alex is referring to the standard text search only for Metadata values. As he points out, regex searches work only for the full text of items (not the metadata).
  11. Searchable via RegEx or standard text search only?
  12. Hello, Metadata values should be searchable if the respective search options are turned on (the "Options" button under the search bar). Regex search function in the Content Analysis ("custom categories") works only for full text of items (not metadata). If you think this is not working properly, feel free to open a support ticket on https://support.vound-software.com. Please attach the screenshots to illustrate the issue. Thanks!
  13. Bryan La Rock

    IntellaCmd "Product license not found"

    Sounds good. Thanks for all your help, Chris! The scripting is working well so far. I just successfully executed the scripted processing and OCR of about a dozen different case files. Good stuff! Bryan
  14. Hi, I'm running Intella 2.2 here and I would like to know if there is a way to run custom RegEx searches in properties/metadata of Intella items? When I run my RegEx searches using the search bar, I only seems to get results that are in the email body/text of items. No results from hits in properties. Thanks.
  15. ŁukaszBachman

    Batch 2nd Review

    Hi guys, Just wanted to give you a quick update on this. The development of all of features mentioned above has been completed. I'm now in the process of testing and QA these changes. They will become a part of the next (2.2.2) release.
  16. Hi Bryan, What's in the User Manual is all the documentation that we have on it. Please do make sure you use version 2.2.1, as it contains improvements in both documentation and software. That said, with every release we make significant adjustments to the documentation, based on the questions that we receive. So please do ask!
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  18. Bryan La Rock

    IntellaCmd "Product license not found"

    Hi Chris, That totally makes sense. Thanks so much for the info! I have some other questions about IntellaCmd. I'll most likely do another post shortly for those. In the meantime, though, do you know if there is any additional documentation for IntellaCmd beyond the main Intella manual? Thanks again! Bryan
  19. Hello Bryan, Good to hear that you're up and running! Your output indicates that it is now indexing successfully. The "Product license not found" message seems to be a side-effect of how IntellaCmd currently checks for a license. It first looks for an Intella TEAM Manager license, and if that is not available, it will look for an Intella Professional license. This message seems to be a misleading logging statement resulting from it not finding a TEAM Manager license in your case. I'll see to it that that logging statement gets removed.
  20. Bryan La Rock

    IntellaCmd "Product license not found"

    Hi Chris, Strangely enough, the script is now working today, though I have made no changes of which I am aware and I have not ever restarted the machine since yesterday. The output still seems to be complaining about not finding a product license, but it goes forth to process anyway. Perhaps there is some other license besides the core Intella Pro license that is missing and is causing the "Product license not found" error? Regardless, I hope it continues to work! 😃 I'd still appreciate your thoughts: The invocation is as follows: "C:\Program Files\Vound\Intella 2.2.1\IntellaCmd.exe" -user "Elluma Discovery" -case "D:\Intella Temp\REDACTED" -caseName "REDACTED" -caseDescription "test" -evidence "REDACTED" -indexMailArchives true -indexArchives true -indexEmbedded false -indexUnstructured true -recoverDeleted true -cacheEvidenceFiles false -analyzeParagraphs true -determineEmailSenderIpGeolocation false -taskFile "D:\Intella Temp\REDACTED\OCR Task.json" -autoSelectFullLicense I've attached a redacted version of the output. You'll see the error in the middle of the output: [ERROR] 2019-01-15 08:34:28,702 [main] Product license not found Thank you again! Bryan Output.txt
  21. Hello Bryan, It should certainly work with that product. Can you tell us: The command-line invocation that you use? You can redact e.g. folder and evidence names, this is only about the options that you use. The full output of the process, as visible in the console.
  22. Bryan La Rock

    IntellaCmd "Product license not found"

    Hi Chris, I can start the Intella GUI without issue. The product is "Intella Professional 2.2.1". My apologies--I meant to include this tidbit in my original post. 😃 Bryan
  23. Hi Bryan, Can you try launching the regular Intella? Does it start at all? If so, what product name is stated at the top of the Case Manager window (e.g. "Intella Professional")?
  24. Hi! I am new to IntellaCmd and am attempting to script case ingestion. I cannot seem to get Intella to locate my license. No matter which parameters I use to start IntellaCmd, I always get the error "Product license not found". I have tried using the argument "-autoSelectFullLicense". When I use this argument, I see that IntellaCmd sets this property to "true", but it does not affect the outcome. I have tried running my batch file both as a normal Windows user and as Administrator. This did not affect the outcome. I'd appreciate any advice. Thank you! Bryan
  25. jasoncovey

    Batch 2nd Review

    I think that would work! As long as we would still be able to accommodate the scenario you described in Item No. 6 in your list, that sound like it would be a very simple solution. Jason
  26. ŁukaszBachman

    Batch 2nd Review

    Hi Jason, I made a mistake and used term "Closed" when I meant "Completed". I will update my previous post. We are also looking into supporting other sort orders, I haven't mentioned it here because it is not relevant for the original thread. If all goes well we should add this feature in next release. As for the progress recalculation - do you think a button "Recalculate progress" could work here?
  27. PrimozKokol

    Count E-Mail receivers

    Hi Chris, Please follow the instructions below: 1. Do Email Address facet query: All senders -> [person X] This will result in a cluster representing all emails sent by [person X]. 2. Expand Email Address facet -> All receivers branch 3. Right click on All receivers branch and select Organize -> Sort by item count 4. Click 'Show only highlighted values' icon at the bottom of Email Address facet 5. The last step is to just export the results by right clicking on All receivers branch and selecting 'Export values...'
  28. Dear all I'm looking for a solution for the following problem: I have a case with 1 Mio. Emails to/from a specific person. Can I produce a list with all receivers and count the mails to them? It should be like a top 100 list of all correspondent addresses. I was able to make a CSV-file with all receivers. I then imported the CSV-data to Excel and made a pivot query. This gives me the number of mails sent to a specific group of senders. E.g. I get the number of mails sent to receiver "A", and also the number of mails sent to "A & B". I am looking for a possibilty to produce a list with the number of all mails to "A" (regardless, if the mail was sent to "A" only or together with any other recipient(s)). And, I shouldn't need to specify the receiver (when I know the receiver, I get the answer quickly). Thanks for your help! Best regards, Christian
  29. jasoncovey

    Batch 2nd Review

    So I read this several times today to make sure I understand everything that being described, and I think all sounds fantastic. This solves the majority of the problems that have been described in this thread. One additional issue that came to mind when discussing internally and thinking about scenarios we have grappled with previously. In culling data and creating batched review sets, it's fairly common to run into a situation where, as a results of the entire content of a ZIP archive being include, or due to false positive search hits, that a large portion, or even the entirety of a batch can be determined as being non-responsive without a full, document by document review. In these situations, we are frequently asked if there is a way to bulk-code the documents as non-responsive and make the batch as complete. This presents a problem because, although we train users to query for items into the main previewer where the bulk tag can then be applied, the limitation is that this action is not recorded back in the Review UI because: (1) check marks are not added to the now-coded documents; and (2) the batch is not marked complete as a result. What this results in looks like the following screenshots. First, in the All Batches view, despite the appearance of the progress, every single document has, in fact, been tagged (and I know there is difference between tagged and coded) with either the responsive or non-responsive tag, from the same coding palette. Of course, end users can't begin to understand how "completed" work could look like this, and ask all kinds of questions that we can't really answer other than to say, ignore what you are seeing, everything is actually fine despite what you see. That doesn't go over well with lawyers! By the same token, people LOVE the progress and status data, it's the only such data Connect provides us, so it would obviously be ideal if it could be as accurately as possible and avoid ever being misleading. In the next screenshot, which was taken inside of the Wave 03 Email-7 batch, you can see what we are talking about. As it turns out, all of the spreadsheets are non-responsive, and there are literally hundreds of them, which exist across over two dozen batches. Since they can be identified as non-responsive at a glance, without reviewing at all, we can't spend the time coding each one individually. Therefore, we have to query for items and bulk tag in the main previewer for sake of efficiency. Unfortunately, we have found this to be a very common scenario across dozens of litigation matters, and have to have a way to address it. With all that explained, regarding No. 3 in your list, are you using the term "Closed" to mean the batch will be marked as" Completed" via the green button? In other words, this could be used by someone assigned this permission to address item batches that are not technically "completed" under the current definition? Another question is, when you are saying Closed, will the percentage also move to 100, or will it stay where it is, but just display the green Completed button? I know that our preference would definitely be for 100% due to the issues already described. On the subject of batching, generally, the only other thing we're in desperate need of is the ability to batch documents in sort orders OTHER THAN Family Date. This is particularly the case with incoming load file productions, which may or may not contain adequate metadata for Intella to calculate perfect family dates, or when such a production is not IN any particular date order, which definitely happens all the time. This puts us in a position of not being able to batch the document in bates numbered order, which then breaks up document families and creates an extremely difficult situation for us to resolve. Hopefully that was instructive, and I'm looking forward to seeing these features make it into a future version of Connect! Jason
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