Can I Print a Proof of Service?

Question: How can I determine the status of my service to counsel?

Answer: There are many ways to do this in FileTime. Probably the two easiest are as follows:

1. View the FileTime eService Status eMail

FileTime automatically sends this eService status email to the filer. At the bottom of the email you will find the status of the service to each recipient.

2. View the Status and Print a Proof of Service in the eService Inbox

While in the Workspace, click the drop-down arrow to the right of the Services button on the sub-navigation bar (Figure 2, A).

On the drop-down menu, click eService Outbox (Figure 2, B).

FileTime takes you to the Service-Outbox page.

Find the submission and click it to highlight it. The eService Details section for the submission opens in the right column.

You can quickly view the status of service to each recipient in eService Recipient(s) area (Figure 3, A).

Or, click the Print Proof of Service button (Figure 2, B) to be taken to the Proof of Service page for this submission and print it.

The color coding FileTime uses for displaying your services is as follows:

  • Blue - eFileTexas was successful in eServing at least one of your eService recipients.
  • Red - eFileTexas was not able to eServe any of your service recipients.

eService

  1. How do I add counsel to my service list from the Public Service Contact List?
  2. How to Add Additional eService Recipients
  3. How do I retrieve eService documents?
  4. Why am I showing as an eService Recipient for Opposing Counsel's Firm?
  5. What is the difference between eService Contacts, eService Recipients, and Non-Firm Service Contacts?
  6. How do I add myself to the Public Service Contact List? (TEXAS ONLY).
  7. Can I determine before I eFile who I can eServe for my case?
  8. Is there anything I can read to help me understand eService?
  9. Why do I and my staff all receive our own eService notifications?
  10. What do I do when I cannot eServe counsel?
  11. Can counsel not eServe our firm service contacts for a case?
  12. What are Firm Service Contacts?
  13. What determines the time of eService?
  14. How do I eServe discovery?
  15. How do I know that counsel was eServed?
  16. What happens to the eService when a filing is rejected?
  17. What happens to the eService when I cancel a submission?
  18. What are the fees charged for eService?
  19. Does opposing counsel have to consent to be e-served?
  20. Can I add more than one service contact?
  21. How do I add a Service Contact to my firm?
  22. Can we add non-attorneys to the service contacts list for a case?
  23. How do I delete a service contact from the Admin list?
  24. How do I add counsel to my eservice list?
  25. Why Can I not download the service document?
  26. Can I Print a Proof of Service?
  27. Add Non-Opted in Counsel to Your Service List
  28. The FileTime eService Inbox
  29. How to Remove Departed Attorney as Case Service Contact
  30. How to make me a service contact for multiple case parties
  31. eService not showing in Inbox
  32. How to add Firm Service Contacts to a Case
  33. How to Add Multiple Recipients for eService Notifications
  34. Error trying to add non-firm service contact
  35. How long do I have to retrieve service documents?
  36. How do I eserve without filing?
  37. Why eServices are not showing up in my Inbox?
  38. Admins can add additional recipients for eService Notifications
  39. Customizing a case eService Notification Distribution List
  40. Why am I no longer getting copies of eServices to my attorney?
  41. How to change the firm name of an eService Recipient
  42. How to remove firm service contacts/eservice recipients from a case
  43. How to update firm service contacts
  44. Why eService Failed?

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