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  • Re: Inconsistent TM9 Messenger Performance

    I'm very curious to know if anyone has any thoughts on this. I still have to workaround the issue and cannot pinpoint the cause.
    Posted to Time Matters (Forum) by gendyliv on Fri, Aug 8 2008
  • Re: Inconsistent TM9 Messenger Performance

    The issues seems, to me at least, to be permission related. As stated earlier, despite the fact that I allowed all users full control over both their local TM folder and the servers, only half of the office had TM Messenger working properly. I was able to fix the issue by uninstalling the program, granting the affected users domain admin rights (though
    Posted to Time Matters (Forum) by gendyliv on Fri, Feb 15 2008
  • Re: Inconsistent TM9 Messenger Performance

    It appears that none of the aforementioned suggestions have provided a clue to solving my puzzle. TM Messenger acts the same way, even if I disable the pop-up blocker and virus scanner. All users delete their messages after reading them. And Google desktop is absent from several of the users experiencing issues. It is definately a workstation specific
    Posted to Time Matters (Forum) by gendyliv on Sun, Feb 10 2008
  • Re: Inconsistent TM9 Messenger Performance

    Thanks for the suggestions. It appears to be more of a client-side issue. I will give them a try when I get in tomorrow morning.
    Posted to Time Matters (Forum) by gendyliv on Wed, Feb 6 2008
  • Inconsistent TM9 Messenger Performance

    This past weekend, I migrated our entire office to TM 9 Enterprise (from 8 Ent). After doing so, about 1/2 of our office has reported the same issue with the TM Messenger. They are able to open the messenger and double click to open a message (though the power view will not show the message), but it immediately exits if you either click off the screen
    Posted to Time Matters (Forum) by gendyliv on Tue, Feb 5 2008
  • MS SQL CAL's and TM 8 Enterprise

    Our firm is currently preparing to migrate from TM7 Pro to TM8 Enterprise. We currently have about 30 users, and I'm planning on installing MS SQL Server 2005 Standard on a separate (standalone) server. I'm a little unclear with how TM Enterprise interacts with MS SQL Server from a licensing aspect. Will I need to purchase CALs for every machine
    Posted to Time Matters (Forum) by gendyliv on Wed, Jul 11 2007
  • Re: World Server as both a LAN and WAN solution?

    When you say that Java logs in sql using one named user, is that one named user for everyone? Or do you mean that each each user authenticates individually to the SQL server? Sorry to keep bothering you with these questions. I really do appreciate the advice!
    Posted to Browser Version (Forum) by gendyliv on Wed, May 2 2007
  • Re: World Server as both a LAN and WAN solution?

    I had a chance to play around with World Server 8 at the LexisNexis testdrive site. Feature-wise, it's about everything we'd ever need. I guess, more than anything, my concerns are technical. Ideally, I'd like to set-up a brand new Windows 2003 server to handle both the webserver and sql server only, while maintaining our independent Novell
    Posted to Browser Version (Forum) by gendyliv on Tue, May 1 2007
  • Re: World Server as both a LAN and WAN solution?

    Thank you for the input. We are currently utilizing Time Matters for scheduling, maintaining contacts, and matter management. As mentioned earlier, we are not currently using the document management and email features. I may push for both in the coming future, but for now I think the document management aspect would confuse our staff and require extensive
    Posted to Browser Version (Forum) by gendyliv on Fri, Apr 27 2007
  • World Server as both a LAN and WAN solution?

    Our firm is currently looking to upgrade our Time Matters setup. We're currently running TM 7 Pro with 30 users and, though we're not using the email feature and our database is small, it's starting to lag a little bit for everyone. A few months back, as I began to explore our upgrade options, I was able to try out World Server and was immediately
    Posted to Browser Version (Forum) by gendyliv on Fri, Apr 27 2007
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