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List Server Tools and Tips Webinar
Published by TrialSmith.com and New Hampshire Association for Justice



Summary
In this webinar you will learn how to use advanced tools for searching, changing your list settings on the fly, organize list messages and folders in your mailbox, pausing mail while you're in trial without losing any messages, participating on the list server without receiving a single piece of mail, and learning how to find a needle in a haystack. Plus you'll learn some important Security Do's and Don'ts. Join us for this fast-paced session and learn how to better utilize the list server in your practice.

Presenters
Kent Hughes
President & CEO, TrialSmith
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