If you need to unsubscribe from notifications on a case, you have three ways to stop them.
Category: Case and Document Viewing
View Your Filing Notifications
You can view your filing notifications at any time in Green Filing’s system.
Go back to Previous Document in Case Summary
When you click the browser back arrow to go back to previous document in case summary, it some times takes you back to the top of the page.
Unable to View History Notes in the Docket
Currently, the Utah Courts do not provide case History Notes or Minute Entry details to case history data feed which it sends to its e-filing service providers.
Add an Adoption Case to Recent Cases
In order to get an adoption case added to your recent cases, you’ll select the court, case number, and enter the last name of the Judge as the party. This ensures your case gets added.
Green Filing is dedicated to sending notifications quickly, and in a timely fashion. As the Court’s e-filing volume has increased, there have been some delays in the receipt of notifications the Court provides to Green Filing, which is what triggers our emails to be sent to attorneys and support staff.
Missing Attachments in Email Notifications
Occasionally, some exhibits are unable to be attached to the service email because the file sizes go beyond the limits of our email server.
No Notifications Sent from Efiler@utcourts.gov for Cases
The email notifications from firstname.lastname@example.org are only generated to attorneys of record on the case. These attorneys will also receive a service notification email from Green Filing.
Remove an Attorney from Receiving Email Notifications
If you filed a notice of withdrawal of counsel or dismissal, you can stop the email service notifications the court sends.
Refresh a Case
When in a case docket for a particular case, often times the items listed are not current.