How do I find the job history properties for EVDA

I am trying to find the properties of some old compliance searches in Symantec Enterprise Vault Discovery Accelerator 10.0 but can not seem to do so.  Specifically I am looking for what keywords were used in the keyword searches.  I would also like to search just one specific user mailbox against the journal store.  I do not want to search every mailbox on the journal.

In this case, I want to pull up all emails sent out to various Chinese email service domains from a specific user using EVDA 10.  Does anyone have any helpful methods to help me accomplish this?

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Jonathan BriteSystem AdminAuthor Commented:
I figured it out.  You need to clear the filter in order for the old searches, and their properties to show up.
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