Doxpop - Tools for Attorneys and Public Information Researchers: November 2020

Wednesday, November 25, 2020

Doxpop offices will close 5pm EST Wednesday, November 25th in observance of Thanksgiving.

We hope you all have some time this holiday to celebrate thanks, but we also know that emergencies happen. If you need assistance over the holidays, Doxpop Support will be periodically checking email at Thursday, November 26th through Sunday, November 29th. Our regular phone and instant messaging support will resume on Monday, November 30th.

Tuesday, November 17, 2020

Indiana Supreme Court issues new order related to Covid-19 and court operations

Court-related users of Doxpop should be aware of increased efforts by the Indiana Supreme Court to minimize risk to case participants and court employees across the state during the coronavirus pandemic. For the Court's most recent order, see this Order on Continued Emergency Actions. Visit this page for a list of Other Orders related to the Covid-19 Pandemic.

Monday, November 9, 2020

Delivery by Doxpop: Fun fact, you can send mail on holidays!

Delivery by Doxpop allows you to send mail even when the Post Office is closed!

Doxpop uses a mailing service provider that has the ability to skip the front counter of the local post office and go directly to the USPS Bulk Mail Entry Unit. What this means for you is that on select holidays when you file and choose Delivery by Doxpop your documents will still be printed and go into the USPS processing stream on that day. The USPS processes incoming mail on these holidays, so it's not just that your envelope will be waiting for them to deal with the next day- It actually gets immediately dispatched for delivery.

The holidays that the USPS will accept and process our mail include: Martin Luther King, Jr. Day (MLK Day), President’s Day, Veteran’s Day, and Columbus Day. 

The only catch is that on those holidays the provider is only able to mail Certified Letters if a minimum quantity is reached. They have informed us that it is nearly always the case they meet that requirement, but it is something to keep in mind.