10 Dec 2006

Computerworld – comparison with USPS

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Turn Important Email Into… By Mark Hall …… legally valid registered mail. Not every missive you send is worthy of registered mail, but for some documents and messages, you want proof that the recipient got what you sent. The U.S. Postal Service charges $8.77 for a 3-ounce hard-copy letter sent via registered mail. What do you do if you want to ensure that your electronic messages get through? Zafar Khan, CEO of RPost U.S.... Read more...

05 Dec 2006

RPost Registered Email service passes Bar


Bar Associations Nationwide Endorse and Market RPost to Members for Legal Proof of Email Delivery, Content, and Official Time Stamp of Electronic Communications. LOS ANGELES, CA — Dec 5, 2006 — RPost®, the Registered Email® service company, today announced that members from more than nine state and regional bar associations in the United States and Puerto Rico use RPost Registered Email®service to send critical email messages and electronic... Read more...

26 Nov 2006

tucson Citizen – RPost is new standard

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Email catching up to technology By Quincey Hobbs, team member of the University of Arizona’s Center for Computing and Information Technology and as an instructor at Pima Community College. Send questions to .’; document.write( ‘<a ‘=”” +=”” path=”” ‘\”=”” prefix=”” addy4674=”” suffix=”” attribs=””>’ );... Read more...

12 Nov 2006

CA Real Estate Journal – E-Signatures

While contractually binding, email agreements have been the cause of legal disputes. Two e-commerce companies that recently joined forces hope the fax machine will one day be to real estate brokers what an eight-track player is to Apple executives. Commercial real estate transactions often involve millions of dollars and require a dozen players to negotiate a deal. That can mean upward of 150 phone calls and exchanging 100 pages worth of documents... Read more...

30 Aug 2006


The Wall Street Journal published an article on the front page of the Personal Journal (page D1) entitled “This Email Will Self Destruct” that discusses RPost and the Registered Email® service. Some excerpts follow, along with the full article.   WSJ page D1, August 31, 2006 Email is increasingly called on as evidence in court, says Dana Henry, a consultant for RPost International Ltd., a Los Angeles-based provider of “registered email”... Read more...

01 Aug 2006

RPost is invited to participate in the Technical Committee for Information Technologies Regulation in connection with e-government and e-sign initiatives in Costa Rica


The National Institute for Technical Norms of Costa Rica has invited RPost® to participate in the committee that will define the national norms for electronic signatures. ————– ElInstituto de Normas Técnicas de Costa RicaINTECO, en su calidad de Ente Nacional deNormalización de acuerdo con la Ley 8279,conformó el ComitéTécnico Nacional de Tecnologías de InformaciónINTE/CTN 27, el cual tendrá como responsabilidadestablecer... Read more...

25 Jul 2006

RPost’s Registered Email And Workshare Join To Solve The Most Common Email Risks


KARLSRUHE, GERMANY – July 25, 2006 – RPost (http://www.rpost.com) and Workshare (http://www.workshare.com) have joined to tackle the most common email risks, by combining RPost’s Registered Email® services with Workshare Protect™. When users send e-mail, they will now have the option to set policies to automate, cleanse hidden data from documents, convert to protected formats and send messages as Registered Email® messages. As... Read more...

10 Jul 2006



Home-Based Agents Can Now Protect Their Emails,OSSN’s Gary Fee Says JUPITER, Fla., July 10 — You receive an urgent phone call from the grand parents who’ve paid for 20 family members to sail with them on a 50th wedding anniversary cruise. They claim it’s your fault that several relatives had trouble boarding the ship, because you misspelled passengers’ names on the final list that you emailed to the cruise line’s group department. Or,... Read more...

02 Jul 2006

ASCNet – Judge Henry article


By Judge Dana Senit Henry (ret.) Few business people realize that standard email provides little evidentiary value, leaving you and your firm exposed. Are You Legally Protected from E&O Exposure When You Send an Email? ASCnet Quarterly, 2nd Quarter 2006, page 34 The simple fact that almost everyone has access to some sort of electronic mail capability causes us to take a lot for granted. While most email users are not concerned about the... Read more...

22 May 2006

Lawyers Weekly USA

Tech Roundup: Registered Email®,Preventing Theft And More By CorreyE. Stephenson, Lawyers Weekly USA You’ve Got (Registered) Mail: Tired of hanging out at the post office?   While the world becomes increasingly paper-free, lawyers continue to be mired in paper mail.   “Traditionally, you would send a certified letter or a FedEx package in order to prove when, what and whom you sent something to,” Zafar Khan, CEO and co-founder... Read more...