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  • Re: Date format in Formattable Clipboard

    What about a hard coded date - such as the date of an event? (REL EVE:DATE) Any ideas?
    Posted to Time Matters (Forum) by Art Roehrenbeck on Wed, Jun 22 2011
  • Re: Best Practices - Multi Party and Multiple Attorneys

    I've been playing around with this concept and looking at it more from a complex document assembly standpoint (HotDocs). Has anyone developed an easy method for defining SPECIFIC relationships between 2 "Actors" such as Plantiff and Plaintiff's counsel? Contact field links on the "Actor" form do not create specified relationships
    Posted to Time Matters (Forum) by Art Roehrenbeck on Mon, Jun 8 2009
  • Re: TM 9.0 Ent Exchange Server Sync - Outlook Reminders Bugging users

    Joann, Sorry, my post was unclear, but those options for reminders in Outlook have also been disabled.
    Posted to Time Matters (Forum) by Art Roehrenbeck on Thu, Jan 22 2009
  • TM 9.0 Ent Exchange Server Sync - Outlook Reminders Bugging users

    I have a firm that has 10 people using the sync between TM 9 Enterprise and Outlook (Exchange). The sync is working great and performing as advertised, however many of the users were being bugged by the persistent reminders they were getting from both Outlook and the hand held devices (mostly blackberries) from appointments initiated in Time Matters
    Posted to Time Matters (Forum) by Art Roehrenbeck on Thu, Jan 22 2009
  • Re: Changing TM 9 Pro database location

    Steven, Yes, you need only move the data file and point all of the workstations to that location on the network. One question though - is your NAS gigabit ethernet? I'm guessing not, in which case, it may be better to house the data on a fixed workstation that has a gigabit ethernet adapter. with TM Pro, performance can be greatly impacted by network
    Posted to Time Matters (Forum) by Art Roehrenbeck on Thu, May 1 2008
  • Re: How to retreive a deleted Matter?

    Rick, The symptoms you describe (crashing and missing records) tend to indicate database related issues. I would encourage you to run the database maintenance utilities from within Time Matters. You will need excusive access to the database, and it is generally better to run the utilities from the workstation or server that is hosting the data locally
    Posted to Time Matters (Forum) by Art Roehrenbeck on Thu, Apr 10 2008
  • Re: TM 8 Problem Opening

    Michael, It would seem that the program crashing at the Alerts screen is indeed a database related issue. Either the database that the program is accessing is problematic or corrupted, or something specific to this workstation is impeding TM from access the data. Are you sure that the utilites ran completely without interuption? Which options did you
    Posted to Time Matters (Forum) by Art Roehrenbeck on Tue, Apr 8 2008
  • Re: Size of Backup (Zip) File

    Marc, Part of the reason for the large and varying sizes of the backup files is that the default path for the backup file is in the Data folder. This means each time you do a unique backup of the Data folder, within that folder you are drastically increasing the amount of data to be backed up by placing the backup zip file in that folder. It is a good
    Posted to Time Matters (Forum) by Art Roehrenbeck on Tue, Apr 8 2008
  • Re: Dictation Devices

    Another perspective: If you are not using software to transcribe the dictation (Dragon Naturally Speaking), but rather having a live person transcribe, consider simplifying the process a bit. Buy a microphone, record using windows media, and send the .wav files via email or network location to the transcriber. You can buy a desktop mic for about 10
    Posted to Time Matters (Forum) by Art Roehrenbeck on Mon, Mar 10 2008
  • Re: Potential software conflict with Olympus DSS Player Pro

    Kurt, I have had several cpus running various versions of TM through the years in conjunction with the DSS Player software and not had problems, but I have not done so with version 9 yet. All the DSS player is doing is launching an executable file when it detects the player as a USB device, which should not cause a problem with TM. If you are running
    Posted to Time Matters (Forum) by Art Roehrenbeck on Wed, Feb 27 2008
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