To explore an item is to learn more about its relation to other items in the case. For example, an email might be part of a conversation that contains other emails that you would like to investigate.
• Show Conversation
Based on the subject of an email item, Intella can find items that are part of a conversation. Click the button Show Conversation to show all these items in the Cluster Map panel.
The label of this cluster will be “Conv: [email subject].” The email subject is the email subject of the item in the previewer.
• Show copies
When an item has copies in the case, click Show copies to display these copies in the Cluster Map panel.
The label of this cluster will be “Copies of [MD5 hash].” The MD5 hash is the hash of the item in the previewer.
• Show Near-Duplicates
Near duplicates are not identical but share large parts of their contents. When an item has near duplicates in the case, click the button Show Near-Duplicates to show them in the Cluster Map panel.
The label of this cluster will be “Near duplicates of [MD5 hash].” The MD5 hash is the hash of the item in the previewer.
Note: Intella is capable of finding near-duplicates of an item. Two items are near-duplicates when some parts of their contents are equal. Near-duplicates are detected during indexing. While exact copies of items are detected by comparing MD5 hash values, near duplicates are detected with a different mechanism. Based on the words, the frequency of words in a text, and by taking out the least significant words, Intella creates a pattern for the item that is compared with the patterns of other items. If there is a match between the patterns the two items are considered near-duplicates.
• Preview Parent
Use this button to open the parent item in a previewer window. A parent item contains one or more items. Example: Pictures found in a Microsoft Word document are separate items in Intella. The Word document is the parent item for these pictures. The same is true for items found in archive file, such as a ZIP file: The archive file is the parent item for these items.
• Preview Parent Mail
Use this button to open the parent email item in a previewer window. A parent email item contains one or more items. Example: A picture attached to an email is a separate item in Intella. The email is the parent for the picture.