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  • Re: Multiple remote TM installations w/o common server?

    No trick question :-) I've gotten busier and I'm delegating more, currently to a law clerk but conceivably in the near future to an associate. We are, currently and for the foreseeable future, operating remotely from our own offices. I use TM extensively. When delegating to others, I use a combination of todo records and e-mail, tied together
    Posted to Time Matters (Forum) by Joseph Nierenberg on Thu, Aug 16 2012
  • Multiple remote TM installations w/o common server?

    Is it correct that there are no features of TM that could be used together, or shared, by a distributed work team without also providing each team member access to a common server which would hold the TM data?
    Posted to Time Matters (Forum) by Joseph Nierenberg on Wed, Aug 15 2012
  • HTML e-mail, blue text, and attached graphics

    After a dozen or so years, I am throwing in the towel about using only plain text for e-mail. The world may be misguided, but I'm joining 'em :-) I have two questions for which I cannot find answers. Assume that e-mail options (ver. 10) are set to show HTML always, both incoming and outgoing; that "safe view" is toggled on; and that
    Posted to Time Matters (Forum) by Joseph Nierenberg on Mon, May 7 2012
  • Re: Backing up and e-mail attachments

    Question 1, above, is still pending. Question 2, however, now has an answer: When I backed up after transferring the messages to TM email and sending the attachments to the file system, there were still duplicates of those messages in the deleted subfolder of the Inbox. So they were basically duplicated. Now that I've deleted those and re-backed
    Posted to Time Matters (Forum) by Joseph Nierenberg on Thu, May 3 2012
  • Backing up and e-mail attachments

    1. In the backup dialog within TM there is an option to "skip backing up of email attachments." Is that option limited to the file system attachments? If not, does it include, i.e., skip, attachments in both TM email and also Inbox email? 2. I transferred some large attachments from my inbox to the file system, and it reduced the size of my
    Posted to Time Matters (Forum) by Joseph Nierenberg on Thu, May 3 2012
  • Re: Encryption of TM data

    I looked at this question some time ago, and here's what I concluded: Using the data encryption tools of SQL Server (TDE) in some ways is the most elegant and certainly the most tested, but I was concerned about the complexity and the possible problems with replicating the database to a laptop (which is mostly where the encryption would be necessary
    Posted to Time Matters (Forum) by Joseph Nierenberg on Thu, May 3 2012
  • Scripts

    Is it correct that scripts cannot be run from within Time Matters (ver. 10), but must be run on the SQL server through the Management Studio or some similar application? (I'm trying to develop, as part of a disaster plan, the easiest practical way for someone to obtain up-to-the-minute listings of matters, client contacts, and upcoming events. If
    Posted to Time Matters (Forum) by Joseph Nierenberg on Fri, Mar 30 2012
  • In-app backup procedure and SQL stored backup procedure

    After diligently and habitually backing up my TM10 data with the File/Backup procedure, I ran across the following information: "Backing up in Time Matters only includes the Administrative Files (that is, not the Main and Supporting Records) unless a SQL Stored Procedure named "TM_BACKUP" has been created to back up the Main and Supporting
    Posted to Time Matters (Forum) by Joseph Nierenberg on Fri, Sep 23 2011
  • Re: Viewing one record in a backup

    That's very helpful, Richard; thank you. As far as you know, would I be able to do that without running afoul of some LexisNexis licensing control? I wouldn't want suddenly to lose my ability to open the regular db because I had opened the new/restored db.
    Posted to Time Matters (Forum) by Joseph Nierenberg on Thu, Sep 15 2011
  • Considering using QB for more accounting functions

    I see that, while BM will be continued, the accounting link with QB will not. This raised a question for my practice. Currently, I do not link BM and QB, although I use them both. I do not use the accounting functions in BM. What would I gain from beginning to use them and linking them to QB?
    Posted to Billing Matters (Forum) by Joseph Nierenberg on Mon, Sep 12 2011
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