To download all the documents in a Caselines case and send them to someone else as PDFs using Sendfiles, follow the instructions below.
In Caselines, press/click on the PDF button (right side of screen as shown below) for each document in the case (this is a bit laborious but it should not take too long) to download all the documents as PDFs - they will be downloaded to the default download area on your computer/device.
Now go to www.sendfiles.net and select Start Now as shown below.
The panel shown below will then appear. Enter your email address and the email address of the person you are sending the files to.
Then tap the Add Files button and navigate to, and select, the PDFs which you have previously downloaded (or, if you are using a computer, you can instead select all the PDFs from the download area with the mouse and drag and drop them on to the page).
Tap the Send Files button to send the files.
You will receive an email informing you that the files have been sent.
Note: using Sendfiles (and many other similar systems) results in your documents being temporarily stored on servers outside the United Kingdom which may not be subject to the same standards of data protection as apply within the United Kingdom. If you are concerned about this you could transfer files on a memory card instead.
The information on this page about specific computer techniques is provided for information purposes only. Every reasonable effort has been made to ensure that the information is accurate and up to date at the time it was written but no responsibility for its accuracy, or for any consequences of relying on it, is assumed by me. You should satisfy yourself, before using any of the techniques, software or services described, that the techniques are appropriate for your purposes and that the software or service is reliable.
Any explanation about naming conventions or other matters in the context of tribunal or court procedure is only an overview and in order to be reasonably concise I have had to leave some details out - details which are likely to affect what the procedural law would say about your own situation. So please do not rely on the above but contact me for advice.
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