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Achieving compliance with SharePoint eDiscovery Center
Now assume you are the CCO of Tailspin Toys. Follow these steps to discover content to
comply with the regulatory body’s request:
1. Because you need to search for emails, you first need to configure your eDiscovery
Center site collection to enable federated search capabilities across SharePoint Online
and Exchange Online. You need to do this only once for each eDiscovery Center site
collection. From the eDiscovery Center site collection, click the gear icon located at
the upper-right corner, and then select Site settings.
If you do not configure federated search by adding Exchange Online as a data
source, when you add mailboxes to an eDiscovery set, as you will see later in the
exercise, you will get an error message stating the following: The connection to
the search service application failed.
2. Under Site Collection Administration, click Search Result Sources.
3. On the Manage Result Sources page, click New Result Source, as shown in Figure
Figure 13-45 Adding a new result source.