Best Case will no longer update or support MyECFMail after March 12, 2018.
All MyECFMail users are encouraged to register for a free Court Notices and Calendar account, a new workflow tool designed to help you manage and calendar your court notices — for no additional charge.
Court Notices and Calendar integrates seamlessly with Best Case and provides many of the same benefits of MyECFMail including automatically saving your Free Looks, populating events on your calendar and accessing these documents from a Best Case client file.
You will also get access to features beyond court noticing including:
- Claim Tracker™ – Helps you easily track and manage matched claims and review late claims or other discrepancies.
- Enhanced case and client management – View client contact and case details online including synced case dates from Best Case.
- Online document storage – Upload documents to keep a repository of all case-related data in one place.
- File Cabinet™ – (New Feature!) Save your Court documents and Free Looks to your hard drive, giving you a backup locally.
Court Notices and Calendar is hosted online, which provides you the flexibility to access case documents and information anywhere with an internet connection. Rest assured that sensitive online data is protected, monitored and backed up with industry-leading data encryption and firewall technology. Learn more at www.bestcase.com/security
Resources & Training
- See step-by-step instructions on how to create a Court Notices and Calendar account
- Watch , a pre-recorded webinar specifically for MyECFMail users
- Learn more about Court Notices and Calendar
- Watch how-to videos or view recorded webinars about Court Notices
- Log in to Court Notices and Calendar
Frequently Asked Questions
How is Court Notices and Calendar different from MyECFMail?
MyECFMail is a desktop software program that is installed, updated and maintained separately from Best Case. Court Notices and Calendar is a integrated, online feature accessible from Best Case or any device with internet access. Simply log in to your account at www.bestcase.com/login, to view your Court Notice emails, Calendar Events, Proofs of Claim and more.
How do I start using Court Notices and Calendar?
See step-by-step instructions. In Best Case, click the new Court Notices and Calendar button in the toolbar. This will walk you through setting up an account. Once your account is created, you can import calendar dates from MyECFMail. If you require assistance, please contact Technical Support at 800.492.8037 (Option 2).
What will happen to my old Court Notices from MyECFMail?
The emails and court documents you’ve already received will not be moved. You will always be able to access your previous court notices emails through MyECFMail and the Gmail account you created. Your court notice PDF’s will continue to be stored in the folder you’ve designated for MyECFMail (Default location C:>MyECFMail).
Can I transfer data from MyECFMail into Court Notices and Calendar?
You can import your MyECFMail Calendar events into Court Notices and Calendar. See step-by-step instructions.
Does Court Notices & Calendar integrate with Office 365?
The integration is only supported on specific versions. We have tested and successfully set up Calendar Sync integration for Outlook on the web for business (Office 365) with version 16.0.4639.1000.
What if I still need to use MyECFMail?
You can continue to access your downloaded emails and documents from MyECFMail on your desktop. Once you set up a Court Notices and Calendar account, the Notices button in the Best Case ECF Manager will direct you to the correct system based on when the case was filed or use the shortcut [Ctrl]+[Shift]+[Y] from the Forms & Schedules Menu to access the MyECFMail Case Viewer. Please be aware that after March 12, 2018, there will be no new updates or support for MyECFMail and your notices will no longer be downloaded. If you require assistance, please contact Technical Support at 800.492.8037 (Option 2).
What if my Jurisdiction only allows one Free Look per CM/ECF account?
We recommend you stop using MyECFMail, once you sign up for Court Notices to avoid any confusion or PACER charges. The below Jurisdictions ONLY allow one Free Look per CM/ECF account.
- Central District of California
- Northern District of Indiana
- District of Maryland
- Northern District of New York
- Middle District of North Carolina
- Northern District of Oklahoma
- District of Puerto Rico
If you require assistance, please contact Technical Support at 800.492.8037 (Option 2).
*To use Claim Tracker, CM/ECF settings with the Court must be configured to ‘Send a notice for each filing’. Claim Tracker is not compatible with the Daily Summary Report. If you require assistance, please contact Technical Support at 800.492.8037 (Option 2).