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  1. Hi llanowar, Thanks for testing W4! At the moment, all timestamps on the "Events" view are always shown in your current timezone. The source timezone setting only applies to timestamps in the table and the properties tab. The reason we did that is because the Events view can display data from multiple sources which might come from different timezones. In the next version we'll add an option to select the timezone for Events view.
  2. Hi Adam, Thanks for your suggestion! I agree that having such a button would be a good idea. We might add it in one of the future versions.
  3. Hi BenW, According to this article http://id-check.artega.biz/info-ca.php, The first digit of a SIN indicates the province in which it was registered. Therefore any SIN number that starts with a zero would be fictitious. The regex that I provided earlier would ignore all SIN numbers that with a zero. That would also filter out a string zeros.
  4. Hi BenW, Can you try this: ([1-9]\d{2}-\d{3}-\d{3})|([1-9]\d{2}\s\d{3}\s\d{3})
  5. Hi Adam, Yes, it depends on what you included in the report. If you report items as a table (one item per row) then it may be ok. I've just tried to create a report that contained 177K items as a table and it worked fine. It took 5 mins to produce. The result PDF file was 28MB and 12,500 pages. But if you report items as a list (1-3 items per page), it might produce an enormous PDF with 200-300K+ pages. I don't think you could even open such file then in Acrobat Reader. So, at the moment reporting is indeed designed to have smaller number of items or pages. What you could do is to change the presentation of certain items to "Table". That might dramatically reduce the number of pages in the report. If you really need to report everything in the case, then exporting to a CSV file might be a better option for now. We'll think how to handle such huge reports better in a future version. Thanks for your feedback!
  6. Hi Adam, Thanks for the feedback! Did you add both images under a single source? That could explain the issue. The "Files" section in the source panel is for adding parts of the same image. If you need to index two different images, you need to create a separate source for each image. I hope that answers your question.
  7. Hi Rio, Thanks for your feedback! Yes, we plan to improve the link functionality in future versions. Could you clarify what you mean exactly by extending the link attributes of a file to Registry entries where they exist? A specific example would also help.
  8. Hello Bryan, At the moment there is no way to configure the family definition for "Family Date" column. We will add this feature in a future version. I'm afraid the only option for now is to unzip the evidence.
  9. 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".
  10. Hi Adam, Thanks for clarification. An option for setting a custom date format is certainly on our list. It will be added in one of the future versions.
  11. Hi Adam, As you can see from the exception report, the value Wed Sep 06 13:04:08 AWST 2017 does not correspond to the date format you specified in the custom column YYYYMMdd HH:mm:ss zzz. So Intella doesn't know how to parse it. Please note that the Date Format option tells Intella how to parse the value, not how to display it. If you want to change the way how date values are formatted in the details table and previewer, then it can only be done via Preferences -> Display and Locale -> Date format -> Select regional standard. Did you try to use load file export? As I said earlier it allows to set a custom date/time format. You can choose CSV format and uncheck natives, images and texts, so it will be just one CSV file in the end.
  12. Hi Adam, This is a limitation of the current version. In a future version it will be possible to refresh the custom columns only without re-indexing the entire case. Intella uses the following fields: 1. PR_CREATION_TIME 2. PR_LAST_MODIFICATION_TIME 3. PR_CLIENT_SUBMIT_TIME - Sent 4. PR_MESSAGE_DELIVERY_TIME - Received Additionally Intella uses date fields from email headers. You can find more information about Outlook fields on MSDN web site: https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/. Just try searching for a specific field. I tried to repeat your test and it worked fine for me. I think you used incorrect date format settings. Here is what I used: From: Raw Data Field: PR_CLIENT_SUBMIT_TIME Date Format: EEE MMM dd HH:mm:ss zzz yyyy Can you try that? If it still doesn't work, can you check the exception report? It should contain a detailed error message.
  13. Hi llanowar, Can you try to move both the DAT and OPT files one level up to the PROD004 folder?
  14. Hi Jason, Can you try to do the following: 1) Export items to load file and use an export set. Skip the texts for redacted items. 2) Export all redacted items using the export set column, so they will get proper names like 000001.000001.0000034. 3) Now OCR the files exported in the step 2. And replace the place-holdered text files in the load file with the new OCRed files. (the names should match) Do you think it would work?
  15. Hi Adam, "Index new data" will only pick up new top-level files and folders. It would not "refresh" existing items such as PSTs, even if they were partially indexed. Therefore it's not a proper solution for the "Pause indexing" and that explains the results you had. We may improve how it works in a future version.
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