What file formats does SharePoint use?

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SharePoint Collector copies documents in their native format and uses the filename and directory structure from the SharePoint site. list items (i.e. contacts, calendar, tasks, wiki entries, blog entries, etc.) are saved to HTML to make them easily view-able offline and accessible by E-Discovery processing and review platforms.

Metadata for documents and list items is written to XML files and stored in the same directories and named the same as the source item. These XML metadata files are used when creating a single DAT file which will contain the metadata from all collected items and a link to the location of the collected item.

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What file formats does SharePoint use?

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SharePoint Collector copies documents in their native format and uses the filename and directory structure from the SharePoint site. list items (i.e. contacts, calendar, tasks, wiki entries, blog entries, etc.) are saved to HTML to make them easily view-able offline and accessible by E-Discovery processing and review platforms.

Metadata for documents and list items is written to XML files and stored in the same directories and named the same as the source item. These XML metadata files are used when creating a single DAT file which will contain the metadata from all collected items and a link to the location of the collected item.

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What file formats does SharePoint use?

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SharePoint Collector copies documents in their native format and uses the filename and directory structure from the SharePoint site. list items (i.e. contacts, calendar, tasks, wiki entries, blog entries, etc.) are saved to HTML to make them easily view-able offline and accessible by E-Discovery processing and review platforms.

Metadata for documents and list items is written to XML files and stored in the same directories and named the same as the source item. These XML metadata files are used when creating a single DAT file which will contain the metadata from all collected items and a link to the location of the collected item.

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