# either with be and ing

I have this statement:

The document will not be indexed nor retrieved.

I know it is not correct and I must use `either`. So, my question is:

What is the correct sentence:

The document will not either be indexed nor retrieved

Or:

The document will not either being indexed nor retrieved

I have feeling that the second one is correct while I knew that after `will` we have to use the zero form, which is `be` not `being`