Multiple Export Options

One of the most important phase in the eDiscovery process is the Production Phase. This phase constitutes of presenting the analysed email evidences in a court validated and forensically sound format. Different authorities demand the presentation of evidences in various different formats e.g. the paralegals may require the evidences to be presented in a PDF format whereas the reviewer may require to view the evidences in PST or EML format. 
MailXaminer understands the practicality of this scenario and hence provides the users with an option to export email evidences into various output formats like EML, MSG, TIFF, PDF, Concordance, HTML, PST etc.  Following are the USPs of the Export option in MailXaminer:


  • The user DOES NOT need to have MS Outlook installed in his/her local machine to export the mails in PST format.
  • Only the metadata of emails (the header information) can be exported and maintained in a CSV format
  • Users can print the email evidences directly by selecting the output format as "PRINT"


Users can select all or specific emails to be exported and click on the Export tab given on top of the Home navigation

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Fig. 1: Executing Export option

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Fig. 2: Multiple output options available

As soon as the export option is selected, a window pops ups displaying the various output formats available for export. 
The user can use the drop down for the "Naming Convention" and can name the output file in accordance with fields like the "Subject", "Date" or the "MD5 Value".


Check boxes available for options like "Maintaining the folder Hierarchy", "Creating Top Folder", "Merging Exported Files" and "Excluding Duplicates" help the users in streamlining the export outputs, for better understanding.


After this the user has to create a proper destination path for the export outputs and click on "OK"

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Fig. 3: Export Status

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Fig. 4: Export status in CSV format

After the export process is completed, the user is prompted with a pop - up dialogue box, stating the status of the export exercise and the total number of files exported. Clicking "OK" on this dialogue box directs the user to another pop-up which gives a more detailed representation of the export exercise. This so called "Export Report" gives an overview of the critical information like the Destination of the source files, the subject line, the destination of the output format and the export status (Success Or Failure). A provision has been made for the user to export and preserve all this information into a CSV format by clicking on "Export To CSV" button.