In previous installments of this four-part series, we explored the simple, elegant structure of messages and why e-mail systems are actually complex databases. We wrap up with a discussion of e-mail collection, message IDs, threading, deduplication, and forms of production.

Austin, Texas, attorney Tom Watkins calls e-mail messages “the cockroaches of litigation. You can’t get rid of them, and they always manage to turn up when company comes.”

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