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    Hello, We are working on this topic and we are planning to add this functionality to Intella product in the next release. Thank you for your suggestion about Jaccard similarity, this metric is one of the metrics which we are testing to improve our near-duplicates analyzer.
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    My team is performing production import tests. Despite achieving some positive results, we still have some problems: 1. When checking for errors in the "match loadfile fields with Intella" portion, we encounter the following image, suggesting problems with the opt file, even though the preview of the items with redaction appeared to be correct. The loadfile can be proccessed even with these errors. The Map fields options were filled as in the following image. 2. After processing the loadfile, we realize that some items that should have a redacted image in the visualization panel do not have a image to display. All other files had their images preview displayed properly. Are there any particularities regarding the import of items with redaction we are missing? The dat and opt files are available in the attachments. export.dat export.opt
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    Hello Jacques, The following post covers a bit about what you're asking and should get you started:
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    Recently we have had a few customers report that they can not download the Geolite2 database within Intella/Connect. It looks like the vendor for the database has changed the way the database can be accessed, and Intella/Connect can no longer download it. If you need to install the GeoLite2 database, you will now need to firstly download the database, and then install it manually. See the steps below. Sign up for a MaxMind account - https://www.maxmind.com/en/geolite2/signup Go to the downloads area - https://www.maxmind.com/en/accounts/current From the 'GeoIP2 / GeoLite2' section, select the 'Download files' link. Download the GeoLite2 City Binary database. Extract the GeoLite2-City.mmdb file into C:\Users\[USER]\AppData\Roaming\Intella\ip-2-geo-db. Note: You may not be able to see this folder as it is hidden by default. To go directly to the Roaming folder, type %appdata% into the Windows search box, then press the Enter key. Once done, navigate to the \Intella\ip-2-geo-db folder and put the GeoLite2-City.mmdb file in there. Open Intella or Connect and verify that the database is installed. Please see the following video on the above process:
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    Dear All, Important notice: Note that we will be moving to a new support system within the next month. For security reasons you will need to create a new account and password to use on the new support system. More details will be provided in due course.
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    Hi QasimProtiviti, In general this shouldn't be the case. What I can suggest to you is do the following: Clear searches Add a regular search query that will produce 1500 items (like before) Add a regular search query for 100 items tagged as "Irrelevant" Now look at the clustermap - if it contains only two clusters, then that is fine. If it contains three, then it means some of items which you tagged as "Irrelevant" are not in the scope of your initial search for 1500 items. Example: I searched for term "look" and marked 10 of those items as "Irrelevant". When I do those three steps listed above I see: Now, I marked 2 more items as Irrelevant, but I made sure that they don't contain term "look". This is what I see after I repeat my exercise: This pictures clearly says that I have 12 irrelevant items, but only 10 of them are also responsive to "look". So if I now search for "look" and exclude items tagged as "Irrelevant", I see: This might look misleading at first, because for an untrained eye "260 - 12" should equal 248, but it's should now be clear that those two extra items were never a part of the "look" cluster, therefore they shouldn't be accounted for. Hope that I was on the right track here and it helps you down the road.
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    I would love to be able to search the message-ID field specifically, and do so via a keyword list. What I am trying to do is find specific messages, but not the messages that reference to them. I would like to be able to have a keyword list that looks like: messageID:<ABC123> messageID:<ABC456> etc... Is there currently a way to search this specific field only?
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    Thanks for the input from you both. I have known for years of the database structure of the PST/OST files and have always chuckled a bit at the concept of exporting to native/original given the originating file type. I too would like to see the flexibility to export to .eml or .msg in future releases. In the long run I guess it is just what the client asks for (or what we know they need but they haven't asked for in so many words) that counts.
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