The following issues have been addressed in I-Got-Notices v18.104.22.168 released on December 4, 2014
Option to zero out POCs amounts when amended claims have been filed
On the Case tab, Case Creditors tab, you will see the Proofs of claim notices filed in a case. When amended claims are filed, you can zero out the amounts for the original claims so the correct totals will be reflected on the tab. The tab effectively shows you a claims register without having to log in to PACER. To zero out a claim amount on that tab, right-click on the claim and select Zero Claim Amounts. This only works on the Case tab, Case Creditors tab. The Note section will display the date and user who zeroed the claim amounts.
If the wrong claim is zeroed out, right-click on the claim and select Rescan claim amount for selected amounts. This option is also helpful for rescanning claims to have I-Got-Notices calculate the unsecured portion from the Proof of Claim.
Rescan Messages for Missing Docket Text and Auto-Events
Some email received in version 5 of I-Got-Notices after September 1, 2014, had HTML control characters embedded in the text which may have caused I-Got-Notices to not read the full text. As a result, any dates in the text were not put into the Auto-Event list. To correct this do the following:
- Go to the Mail Tab → More Filters → Click on the ellipses of the Email Date filter.
- Enter 9/1/2014 (or the date you converted to version 5 of I-Got-Notices) as the Start Date. Leave today’s date as the End Date. Click the green check mark to close the dialog box.
- Select the All Mail folder. It should then contain all emails within the date range set in the above step.
- Click one of the messages and then press Ctrl-A to select all the mail in the folder.
- Right-click on any message and select the menu item: Functions → Rescan Case Info.
- A progress bar will appear and work through the process. For most installations this will be fairly quick. For offices that receive lots of email it may take a few minutes. After it completes, any new Auto-Events will now be on the calendar as they would normally appear when processing new mail.
Export selected documents
As in version 4 of I-Got-Notices, users have the option to export selected documents to a specified location on demand (perhaps for a hearing, or just the items that have come in today). The program can also be set to export the documents automatically to a central location as the email messages are processed.
We’ve also added the ability to define the file naming format when exporting documents. There are two ways to set the name format for exported documents. (Please note that any change to the file naming format in either location is universal.)
One method to change the file naming format is to go to the Mail tab, then right-click on an email or several selected messages, and select Export PDFs of Selected Message. A second method is to go to the Program Settings tab, click on Program Options and go to Mail → PDFs. There are several naming options for the folders and the exported PDFs. In both methods, I-Got-Notices will show an example of what the exported PDF file name will look like.
Other changes in v22.214.171.124 include:
- Made it more obvious when a mail filter is set.
- Doc and Claim number columns on by default.
- Fixed issue with all-day Auto-Events spanning two days.
- Calendar syncing can now be set to an automatic interval. (Program Options, Calendar tab, User Options)
- Added another confirmation dialog when events are deleted from Google or Outlook before allowing deletion from I-Got-Notices’s calendar.
- New authorization flow for Google calendars
- Consolidate SSL certificate checks into one place
- Better date extraction from docket text
- The email load limit will only affect the Inbox now