When you use Wizard searches, create search conditions by selecting from predefined options that search specific parts of messages. Wizard searches are the most common types of searches.
You can type terms to search for or select a search list that contains terms. You can create a search list in advance or as you create the search.
The following examples demonstrate the use of Wizard search queries.
Table 1. Examples of Wizard search queries
|Condition Field 1||Condition Field 2||Condition Field 3||Condition Field 4|
|Body Text||Does not||Contains items from a list||HR Audit list|
|Person||Does||Contain the phrase||Allen Brown|Creating search listsParent topic: Searching the archive
Wildcards in search terms
Syntax for searching reserved characters
Entering search queries in Simple searches
Entering search queries in Advanced searches
e-Discovery administrators can create search lists that contain search terms that are frequently used in Wizard searches. Use search lists to avoid the need to retype frequently used search terms.