Reduce Legal Miscommunication Using eBinderFM

Figuring out the intended reading order and logical relationship between multiple attachments in an email shouldn’t require an AI-powered eDiscovery tool. Yet far too many attorneys, legal clients, and advising parties receive email messages daily that require opening and organizing countless attachments pertaining to complex legal matters. This not only results in wasted time for the receiving party, but also often leads to follow-up phone calls to the sending attorney bearing requests for context and clarification.

Ideally, attorneys want to control the organization of information in all email correspondence and reduce reader friction as much as possible. eBinderFM, a Windows software application, can create a single PDF file containing document sets in minutes. The generated PDF can be read on any computer that has Adobe’s free Acrobat Reader software and it contains a hyperlinked index reflecting the attorney’s predefined reading order.

eBinderFM Keeps Work Product On Premises

eBinderFM was created as a Windows software application to address the needs of legal, financial, and banking professionals that cannot risk placing their confidential work product in the cloud. In addition to ensuring work product stays on premises, eBinderFM can also:

  • Password protect and encrypt the PDFs it creates with 256-bit AES encryption.
  • Create two different types of PDFs: a single file with all documents converted and merged into a PDF and a PDF containing the documents in their original file formats (allowing further editing). Both types containing a hyperlinked index for easy navigation.
  • Automatically attach the generated PDF to a new Outlook or Gmail message.

A free trial of eBinderFM can be downloaded from and licenses for the software can be purchased directly from the site as well. Parties interesting in integrating eBinderFM with their on-premises version of iManage DeskSite or FileSite can send inquiries to

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