Realistically, the same way that any law firm deals with large data dumps as part of the discovery process. There are a variety of software products that allow you to load and index a bunch of documents so that you can easily search them. Someone defines some key search terms (i.e. "App Store + Prime Video" if you're looking for anything relating to the deal Apple and Amazon negotiated on Prime Video) and then a small army of staffers/ lawyers does the tedious work of reading the documents that come up to see if they contain anything interesting.
Depending on who is doing the counting, 1.3 million documents may be a rather large over-estimation. Each email is technically a different document. So if you have an email thread that goes back and forth between Executive A and Executive B a total of 10 times, you're going to have 10 Executive A documents and 10 Executive B documents for a total of 20 documents but all the information would be in the last email (assuming that everyone just replied each time rather than editing the history). When you get strategy documents that are copied to dozens of people, that can pretty quickly generate dozens or hundreds of duplicate documents for many documents in the data dump.