It is well accepted worldwide that the Registered Receipt™ email record is the gold standard for email proof — timestamped and verifiable proof of successful email delivery including content delivered, regardless of recipient settings, and without need for any recipient compliant action.
Most would agree that “who said what when” is at the centre of most disputes. In today’s email-centric world, many turn to their “Sent Folder” or “Inbox” to demonstrate who said what when. They may forward these emails to the people with whom they are in dispute, or may print the email to serve as their record.
Is proof of delivery of Service by Email needed if you have a Certificate of Service for email sent?
Considerations with Florida Mandatory Serve by Email Rule.
The following is a response to a lawyer question prompted by a recent Florida Bar member benefit email referencing the new Florida mandatory Service by Email Rules of Judicial Administration.
RPost has set the standard for email proof, privacy, and electronic signatures globally. In 2009, the Colombian postal service 4-72, Colombia’s Digital Signature Certifying Authority – Certicamara, and the technology arm for Colombia’s Chambers of Commerce, teamed with RPost to launch RPost’s Registered Email™ service as the official certified electronic mail service – locally know as CertiM@il.
The Best Article Describing Issues with Email Proof, Email Fraud, and E-Discovery. “Don’t Let Your Get Trashed”
One of the best articles that we have come across that succinctly discusses the issues associated with email proof, email fraud, electronic discovery of stored information, ease of manipulating email records, and difficulty in authenticating email records that have been challenged, is the following The National Law Journal article. After reading this, you will have a clear understanding as to why so many rely on RPost’s Registered Receipt™ email records returned to them when they send email of consequence with RPost’s Registered Email™ service.
Having received some recent inquiries from customers about relying on RPost’s service records (in particular, the Registered Receipt™ emails associated with the Registered Email™ services for email proof and the email encryption service) in the context of responding to e-discovery requests, we have added the following quick reference for paper and resources to the e-discovery court rules in the United States.