Posts Tagged ‘exchange’

3 Things for Your Firm to Consider in 2014

Tuesday, November 19th, 2013

My dog – a one-year-old super-high-energy Weimaraner – is noisily cavorting through the office. This distraction, oddly, turned my thoughts to the IT dogs that are soon to wreak havoc (if they haven’t already) in many law firms.

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How to change Exchange integration options without Outlook Installed in ProLaw

Tuesday, June 4th, 2013

Normally, even if you have the correct permissions, you cannot change the Exchange integration options in ProLaw unless Outlook is installed on your computer.  It is possible to adjust the registry to allow you to change these permissions without Installing Outlook.

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Add Full Access to all existing and new mailboxes in Exchange 2010

Tuesday, June 4th, 2013

To Setup Groupware, you need to provide the agent account with full access to all existing mailboxes in Exchange.  You will also need to add this access to all new users you create.  it will save time to provide that service account access to all existing and future mailboxes.  The commandlet in the administration guide does not work correctly, so use the following:

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ProLaw dockets not syncing to Exchange for one or more users

Tuesday, June 4th, 2013

A recent issue at a firm occurred when one user who entered dockets into ProLaw found that they were not syncing to Exchange.  It was only for this one user, and the groupware agent was running without error for other users as well.

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Have you ever received ProLaw Event reminders from past events?

Monday, June 27th, 2011

If you have ProLaw integrated with your Exchange server, you may have had event reminders emailed to you for past events.  This can be triggered through many different events, the most common being a new smart phone device syncing with a calendar.  This changes the “fingerprint” on the ProLaw event, and if Bi-Directional events are turned on, ProLaw thinks its new and emails all the people associated with that event!

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