RMail today announced a major update to its RMail App for Salesforce.com. This update fills existing data privacy compliance and e-signature gaps and is unique in that:
Our newly released update for the RMail Outlook plugin includes major updates to the LargeMail® service. After installing the new version, RMail users will be able to attach and send files up to 200MB directly from the “Send Registered” dialog box. There is also a new option to send files via LargeMail automatically when your attachments exceed a size you specify.
On Thursday, August 8th, rather than allegedly allowing the U.S. government access to their users’ messages, two secure email services, Lavabit and Silent Circle’s Silent Mail, suddenly and voluntarily closed their doors. The publicity surrounding the shutdowns have once again led to questions about “how RMail encryption is different?”
Small business are not ‘under the radar’ of government enforcement for HIPAA privacy and security rules. Not only is the government issuing meaningful fines to small businesses for non-compliance with these data privacy rules, they are explicitly stating that regardless of the size of the firm, whether a small physician’s office or insurance broker, they will hold everyone accountable.
The Council of Insurance Agents and Brokers, in the 2010 Insurance Industry Email Encryption Buyer’s Guide, identified the most important criteria for compliant email encryption – criteria that holds true today as some of the most important purchase considerations. The Email Encryption Buyer’s Guide selects RMail email encryption as top choice (for both 2010 and 2011). RMail ranked the highest among other providers considering the criteria below among others.
RMail just released an RMail app integrated into Box (formerly Box.net) that extends document delivery options with a familiar email user experience. Box’s RMail application allows users to send files attached to Registered Email™ messages from within their Box account, for the most legally robust record of who sent what documents to whom and when by email, with time-stamped proof of document content delivered to the recipient’s inbox; as well as HIPAA compliant email encryption and electronic signing options providing auditable proof of recipient consent or signature on documents sent by RMail from Box online file storage. RMail is offering these services from within the Box interface free for the first ten documents sent per month, with file sizes up to 200MB per transmission.
On Tuesday 17th May 2011, the 12th World Mail Awards were presented at the Conrad Hotel, Brussels, Belgium.
The World Mail Awards recognize the chief innovators in postal technology, global mail service providers and parcel organizations.
When sending encrypted email using RMail services, the sender can choose one of the following options:
With RMail service, the sender can opt to send encrypted messages by Message-Level Encryption, Transport Layer Encryption, or a combination. As such, there are four scenarios for encrypted transmission. In all cases, the encrypted message is delivered direct to the recipient’s desktop; RMail never requires the recipient to visit a website to collect their email.