Searching for 32 character plus strings in dtSearch

Note that the dtSearch index in Relativity is configured so that it will cutoff any words which are longer than 32 characters. For example, this string:

aeccd639e83d0540ba407a252a23e53d1cfe71

. . .is 38 characters long. It appears in the EDRM Enron email data set.


But if you run a dtSearch search to find it in the searchable extracted text of a workspace, you'll get no results.



Modify the search by simply searching for the first 32 characters:

aeccd639e83d0540ba407a252a23e53d

. . . and the document in which it appears will come up in the search results:



It's not necessary to add an asterisk for a wildcard search after the 32nd character.