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Litigation Section Meeting
Overcoming Email Preservation Challenges in eDiscovery with Forensic Email Collector.
Ever tried to collect your client’s email from Yahoo, Hotmail, AOL, Zoho, or Gmail? Wouldn’t it be great to filter emails BEFORE you preserve or collect?
Forensic Email Collector (FEC) is a desktop application that connects to email servers and forensically preserves mailboxes.
We all run into cases where collecting a mailbox as a whole is not an option—often due to privacy or timeframe concerns. On the other hand, eDiscovery and digital forensics workflows often involve a full collection, followed by post-acquisition searches.
Forensic Email Collector solves this problem in a creative way by allowing examiners to search mailboxes on the server side prior to the acquisition and download only the search results. No need to create labels, tag documents, or make any changes to the target mailbox.
Custodians are usually wary about providing their email password. FEC allows you to collect Gmail without the user’s password. Search and filter for what you need without creating labels or tagging, and download only the search results. You can obtain a detailed report to record and document what happened during collection. Many great organizations from law enforcement agencies to corporations, legal service providers, and top law firms trust Forensic Email Collector to forensically preserve emails.
NOTE: Webinar Link will be provided in your confirmation email. Please retain the email for day of event.
- Time: 12:00 p.m. - 1:00 p.m.
- Location: At Your Desk!
- Cost: No charge for members, $10 for non-members
This session has been approved by the National Federation of Paralegal Association for 1.00 hours of continuing legal education credit. This session is also approved for 1.00 hours of ILAP credit.
Tuesday, June 12, 2018, 12:00 PM until 1:00 PM