Here are the different types of searches you can perform:
Filter: A search performed using filters to locate specific data, such as messages delivered on a specific date.
Keyword: A search for specific terms and their variants in the data locations, also called quick search.
IM: A search for Instant Messages, posts, reactions and other content in Teams and Slack.
Message: A search on messages in an archive. You can enter precise criteria, such as the name of the sender, recipient, and subject, as well as a date range and much more. When entering criteria, you can use symbols and Boolean operators.
Attachment: A search that allows you to apply search criteria to attachments found in archived messages. You can customize the display of the results to make it easier to correlate data.
Audit: A search that allows you to locate archived messages based on the actions performed by a reviewer on the data, such as when a document was created, republished, exported, migrated and so on.
Federated: A search across multiple data locations (repositories) simultaneously. You can easily make a single query on both mailbox items and archived items, and find data quickly. Federated search supports multiple formats, and search results are in its original formats, such as Word docs, PDFs, Excel spreadsheets. File shares in a consolidated view, which identifies the knowledge type.
Advanced: A search across multiple data locations (repositories) simultaneously. Advanced search can link a federated search so you can continue the search process using advanced tools build complex queries. The advanced search in NetGovern Search is a powerful and precise way to search. It is best to perform an advanced search after you are familiar with using the other types of searches. This way, you can take the results and get really precise in your search.