Technical CM/ECF Related Questions
How to check the date and time a document e-filed ?
Log on to CM/ECF, select "Utilities" and click on View Your Transaction Log. You can obtain the information by viewing the Notice of Electronic Filing (NEF).
Why should I be concerned about the changes to the Court's Gateway system Effective 12/2/10?
To ensure timely delivery of Notices of Electronic Filing (NEFs) from CM/ECF, parties who receive E-Services from the Court should contact their Internet Service Providers (ISPs), e-mail providers, or IT departments to white list the following IP addresses for e-mail deliveries. Failure to do so may cause delays in receiving Notices Electronic Filing from CM/ECF as these e-mails may be filtered out as unwanted emails or SPAM e-mails based on the setups configured by their Internet Service Providers (ISPs), e-mail providers, or IT departments.
Gateway Name: icmecf101.gtwy.uscourts.gov
Gateway Name: icmecf102.gtwy.uscourts.gov
Gateway Name: icmecf201.gtwy.uscourts.gov
Gateway Name: icmecf202.gtwy.uscourts.gov
How do I access the Docket Report to view activity for a specific case?
While logged in to CM/ECF, click on "Reports". Then select "Docket Sheet" and log in to your PACER account .
Viewing activity for a specific case through Query:
While logged into CM/ECF, click on "Query". Select "Query" and enter your case number; then login to your PACER account.
I was receiving Notice of Electronic Filings (NEFs) with my primary and secondary e-mail addresses but I have not been receiving them recently. What could be the problem?
CM/ECF may prevent the Notice of Electronic Filing (NEF) from being sent to an attorney on a case when there are two or more e-mail addresses associated to that attorney with different delivery methods. This is known to be an intermittent problem when the attorney’s primary and secondary e-mail addresses have different delivery methods selected. To rectify this problem, the attorney should update his/her account in CM/ECF via Utilities > Maintain Your E-Mail Address. On the Email Information Screen, change the Delivery Method to either “Summary NEF” or “Individual NEF,” whichever option the attorney prefers, for both the primary and all secondary e-mail addresses. To ensure that the electronic notices will not fail again, the attorney must select the same delivery method for all e-mail addresses associated to his/her account.
How do I access the option to View Your Transaction Log?
Accessing the option to View Your Transaction Log through CM/ECF >Utilities (on the blue menu bar): click on View Your Transaction Log, enter the date(s) for which you want to see documents filed with your ECF User Name and Password. This report does not require you to login to PACER.
How can I learn who is an e-filer in a case, and who is not?
Login to CM/ECF, click on Utilities, then click on Mailings. Next, click on Mailing Info for a Case. Enter the case number and click on Submit.
How can I be sure I’m attaching the correct document?
When you browse to the appropriate document name, highlight the document name and use the right click on the mouse. Then click "open". This will open the document so you can see whether or not you’ve chosen the right document. If it’s the correct one, close the image and double click on the file name to attach it in the browse screen.