ediscovery whole word query

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I am trying to run an ediscovery for the example term red but I keep getting results that include redmond and redwood and Fred. I have tried the keyword with and without quotation marks and the results come back the same. Is there some other notation in KQL that would specify the exact word red? 

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@Jason Beckett they say in the article that one should use double quotation marks for an exact match. If this is how you did then it perhaps a bug.