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I am at the beginning of designing a new internal procedure to manage post checking on our email system. we are a law firm who wants to move away from sending letters by post.

Presently we do the following.

1. Fee earner dictates a letter
2. Typist types the letter
3. Typist prints the letter & puts it in the post tray.
4. Manager reads/checks and signs all outgoing post.
5. Letter put in the post.

I want to replicate this for emails. The management authorisation is central to the whole process. So we would like to see

1. Fee earner dictates a letter
2. Typist types the letter
3. Typist queues the letter for authorisation
4. Manager reads/checks and authorises the letter
5. A job runs and sends authorised emails.

We do not have exchange.

All documents are predominantly MS Word.

Does anyone know of existing software that does something similar, or have a pointer of where to look for it please?




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