When I eFile, what date will appear on the document?

Here is the language from the AOIC on timing of of eFiling: Upon Submission of an efiled document, the filer will receive an email with a confirmation of their transaction. This will serve as proof of submission. A document will be considered timely submitted if efiled before midnight on or before the date on which the document is due. A document submitted electronically after midnight or on a day when the Clerks office is not open for business will, unless rejected, be file stamped as filed on the next day the clerks office is open for business. In the event the Clerk rejects a submitted document, the document will not be filed and the registered user will receive an electronic notification of the reason(s) for the rejection.

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1. Can impounded cases be seen via the new Portal if I am the attorney of record?
2. Can we file multiple documents at one time?
3. How do we handle exhibits with the new eProcesses?
4. How will we get a copy of an eFiled Summons? Also, when we need a summons given to a process server, how will that work now?
5. If we file a proposed order through eFileIL, how do we get a signed copy? What about a filed affidavit? Or Petition?
6. In probate court we have always had to file the Original Will. How will that be handled with eFile and eCourt?
7. Is it important to select the correct filing code?
8. It seems like there are several new processes being implemented in Peoria County. Can you explain them?
9. We used to get court dates over the Counter when we filed. How do we do that now?
10. When I eFile will I get a receipt for my transaction?
11. When I eFile, what date will appear on the document?
12. When should I eFile? And when will I utilize eCourt process?