Requirements for Email Notification for Debtors:
1. Reliable Internet Access
2. Email Account
- A request may be denied if the court deems the debtor's email address to be inappropriate or offensive.
- The debtor will receive confirmation emails and court notices from the following email addresses:
- Do not reply to these email addresses as they are not monitored for responses. Responses to court orders and notices should be filed as a proper pleading with the Court.
- All questions regarding email notification should be addressed to the Clerk's Office. (Jackson 601-608-4600 Gulfport 228-563-1790)
- To ensure court notices are not reported as SPAM or Junk Mail the debtor should add the above email addresses to their contacts/safe-sender list
3. Adobe Reader
Latest version of Adobe Acrobat Reader software.
To register for email notification the debtor must file a Request for Email Notification of Debtor (Local Form MSSB-9036) with the Clerk's Office.
The request can be filed over the counter (via mail or in person ) or electronically by the debtor's attorney through the ECF system selecting the docket event: [Bankruptcy > Other > Debtor Electronic Noticing Request]
In a joint case, each debtor must file a separate request, even if the debtors use the same email address.