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The Bad News About Email Message Recall: It Doesn’t Work!

You’ve likely received a “Message Recall” e-mail at some point. They have a Subject line that looks like this: Reid Trautz would like to recall the message “You won’t believe what Dan Pinnington said.” The text within the quote marks is the Subject line of the original message – the one the sender wants recalled.

Many e-mail systems, including the widely used Microsoft/Outlook Exchange Server and IBM Lotus Notes/Domino Server, offer a Message Recall feature. This feature is supposed to delete unread copies of the recalled message from the recipients’ inboxes so they never see it.

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ABA TECHSHOW Tips Edition of Law Practice Magazine

Boy, does time fly! Although at this time of year, that ’ s a good thing. It means that spring is nearly here, bringing with it another ABA TECHSHOW , and that it ’ s time for Law Practice ’ s annual Tech Tips issue. In this special issue, for the third year in a row, we celebrate the spirit of ABA TECHSHOW with a bounty of legal technology tips that you can put to use right away to help your days go more smoothly. Here’s a rundown of what you’ll find:

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ABA Techshow “Tips” Issue of Law Practice Magazine

The ABA Techshow “tips” issue of Law Practice Magazine is live today. The Editor in Chief is Dan Pinnington, and the issue is full of practical technology tips. I am not sure that I am truly “totally mobile” as described, but I do have some tips in that regard in my article Working Virtually: High-Productivity Tips for Traveling Lawyers. . . . [more]

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