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Exporting

Exporting

Exporting a result list

When you right-click the table you can export the complete result of your search (including all the items in the table) to a file by selecting “Export Result List” in the context menu (also available in the menu: Export > Export Result List...).

Export to folder

By clicking Browse you can select a destination folder in the file selector dialog. All items and reports will be exported to this folder.
Select the option "Keep location structure" to preserve the original folder structure during the export.

Export to PST

You can export selected emails to a PST file. The main purpose of this option is to use the PST file as a carrier for transport. The receiver can open the PST file in Microsoft Outlook to see the exported emails.

Select the  “Export to PST” option and enter a file name for the PST.

Select the option "Keep location structure" to preserve the original folder structure during the export.

The PDF document will be created in the destination folder.

Export to PDF

Select Export to PDF if you want to create a PDF document that contains the contents of the item you selected. Every selected item will be exported to a single PDF document.
Select the "Keep location structure" option to preserve the original folder structure during the export.

The PDF document will be created in the destination folder.

Create a Report

In the dialog you can specify whether you want to create a report for this export. You must specify a file name and select a file type (RTF or PDF). You can also add a comment.

The report contains the date and time of the export and any comment you add. For every exported item the following information is included in the report: Link to object, Source, Location, ID, Type, and MD5.

Select the "Keep location structure" option to preserve the original folder structure during the export.

Note:  When specific results are selected in the table, only the selected results will be exported; otherwise all results in the table will be exported.

Important:  If the export of a specific result resulted in errors, you will be notified with an error message in the application and you will find error notifications at the end of the report.

Exporting a single result

After selecting a file in the table, you can select “Export Result” in the context menu (also available in the menu: Export > Result...). After specifying a location and a file name and clicking “Save,” the selected file will be exported.

Note: “Exporting a single result” will export an item in its native format.

Exporting to a CSV file

You can export a results list to a comma separated value (CSV) file. A CSV file contains the information of the table. CSV files can be opened in a spreadsheet editor such as Microsoft Excel.
To export to a CSV file:

1. Select the files you want to export in the table.

2. Right click on the selected files.

3. Select the option “Export table as CSV.”

4. Under Select the fields to export, select the column headers for the information you want to include in the export.

5. Give the CSV file a name and select Export.

Tip: Creating a CSV file with Intella is useful when you want to create a list of item related information. Some users utilize this to make a load file. A CSV file is also a good way to create an MD5-list that can be used for the review of other sources.

Note: CSV files created by Intella with Asian characters may open incorrectly in Microsoft Excel. This is a known Microsoft Excel problem. We advice you to use other software programs to view these CSV files with Asian characters. For example Open Office Calc can open these files correctly when the Character Set in the Text Import dialog is set to "Unicode (UTF-8)."

Exporting Cluster Map

You can export the current Cluster Map graph as a PNG image, HTML, or XML image map (used to publish the map on a web-page).
To export the Cluster Map, go to Export > Cluster Map... In the wizard dialog, select the desired export format and enter a file name.


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  1. Peter Mercer (Import) (Migrated deleted Agent)

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