When the time comes to turn over e-data uncovered by forensic examination, it’s hardly surprising that e-mail makes up a big chunk of the evidence. Notwithstanding its prevalence, e-mail is among the more challenging evidence types to share with clients in ways they can readily review messages and attachments without corrupting the metadata.

I’ve tried nearly everything, including converting messages to Web formats and furnishing a browser-based viewer. That proved easy to run and navigate, but offered no search tools. Imaged formats (e.g., TIFF and JPG files) also weren’t searchable without load files and demanded that my clients have an EDD review platform on hand.

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