Using Search Properties and Operators with eDiscovery

Using Search Properties and Operators with eDiscovery I am back with some more information about eDiscovery search with Exchange, SharePoint and Lync. This time learn about search properties and operators. Before we start, here are some related useful resources. Overview of Microsoft Office eDiscovery with Exchange, SharePoint, and Lync 2013 Searching and Using Keywords in…

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The Groove of Optimum Performance

Have you ever felt like you were just in the zone? Things were hard, but they were going well. You were learning new things and getting it done. You were in the groove. This is a great place to be, ideally you spend most of your time here except occasionally to go into the Pit…

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The List View Threshold (STOP! Don’t change it!)

Today call me the Sultan of Scale, because we are talking about SharePoint Scale and the list view threshold. When you excitedly upgrade your farm to SharePoint 2010 you may head on over to a large list and try and access it or do an administrative operation such as add a column. Suddenly you are met…

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The Pit of Success

Have you ever felt stressed and overwhelmed? Was what you needed to get done too hard, the challenges beating down on you over days and weeks like The Ring weighing down Frodo to the depths of despair in The Lord of the Rings? Frodo went through the Pit of Success. He overcame impossible challenges, discovered…

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Creating a Pitchbook – Putting a Button in the Document Set Ribbon and Downloading Document Sets as a Zip File (Part 5)

Once again this is Quentin, this time with part five of the pitchbook series of articles demonstrating document set customization. For this post I am teaming up with Carlos, a developer at Microsoft that worked on Document Sets. Today we are going to demonstrate customizing the document set ribbon to add a button that calls…

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Using Keyword Search Syntax with eDiscovery

It has been awhile since I posted about eDiscovery so here is a morsel of know-how on keyword search syntax for SharePoint and Exchange eDiscovery. Before we get started, here are some related useful resources: Overview of Microsoft Office eDiscovery with Exchange, SharePoint, and Lync 2013 Searching and Using Keywords in eDiscovery Search engines are…

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Quentin Speaks with SharePointRecordsManagement.com

Recently I had the opportunity to do an interview on SharePoint Records Management with Don Lueders over at http://www.sharepointrecordsmanagement.com. Here are a few of the things we discussed: How can records managers leverage SharePoint 2010 or 2013 to meet changes in the industry? What strategies do successful records management solutions follow? Does SharePoint Records Management…

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Creating a Pitchbook – Getting Related Pitchbooks with a Content Query Web Part and Page Query Strings (Part 4)

This is part four of my series of posts on customizing document sets. You may want to look at these other articles if you haven’t already seen them. Introducing Document Sets Creating a Pitchbook – Customizing Document Set Settings (Part 1) Creating a Pitchbook – Customizing the Document Set Welcome Page (Part 2) Creating a…

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