|RPost, the inventor of Registered Email services, reported it released an upgrade to its RPost desktop software extension for Microsoft Outlook.
In the release, the Company noted details of the upgrade: RPost for Outlook 2000-2010 is an integrated messaging platform that provides for legal electronic messaging, business productivity, messaging collaboration, email encryption security and document signing services, all offered through a light plug-in that adds a special “Send Registered” button to the Outlook toolbar for on-demand functionality. As part of this significant upgrade, RPost also offers a new special developers’ version of its underlying Outlook software that programmatically launches RPost’s Outlook user interface and functionality. This permits developers to add RPost functions without any Outlook programming complexity.
In addition to the new developer tools for Outlook, the upgraded extension, now available in the Microsoft platform section of the RPost Apps Marketplace, also offers: -Support for Outlook 2010 32-bit and 64-bit -Configurability for IT staff pre-installation or by end users after installation -Security features for IT staff to lock in feature settings -Additional sender email and document signing and recipient document signoff services -Additional configuration options for enterprise, executive, and network modes of RPost email encryption services -New client / reference code capabilities, with automated subject line tagging -New user interface with special settings to minimize feature selection menu -Ability to force certain features or select by default -Multi-language detection and localization This RPost extension presents the email sender with services that integrate fluidly with Outlook’s standard user interface. RPost’s “Send Registered” button is placed right next to the standard “Send” button in the standard Outlook toolbar, giving the user the simplest possible option of assigning the RPost added functionality to high-value outbound messages.
RPost said that the RPost services available to those using the RPost Microsoft Outlook extension include: -Registered Email service, the standard for legal and verifiable proof for email delivery and reading, official time of sending and receiving, and associated message and attachment content, with authentication capabilities.
-SecuRmail secure encrypted email service, with a variety of configuration options to maximize security while maintaining user simplicity and flexibility for enterprise organizations. This service is relied upon by companies, has won the World Mail Award 2011 for security, and has become the top pick by the insurance industry in the CIAB Buyer’s Guide for Email Encryption.
-eSignOff service, with a variety of legal electronic signature capabilities for sender, recipient, multi-parties, contracts, forms and messages.
-SideNote service to permit the sender to embed private messages in an outbound email visible to only the copied recipients, appearing to them in the form of a “yellow-sticky note” at the top of the message.
-Certified Email sender authentication services to provide the recipient a simple means of authenticating message author without requiring any recipient software or plug-ins.
-Digital Seal time stamping and message authentication, like a postmark for electronic messages. This service now includes an option to add the sender’s hand scripted signature on the bottom of the outbound email and PDF documents. The signatures are watermarked with a timestamp and the document is additionally PKI digitally signed for content integrity authentication.
-Document services that transform attachments while en route to the recipient into secure PDF format with options for meta-data file cleansing and file compression.
-Records management with matter management, message subject line tagging, and options for special auto-routing of message records.
“RPost offers the most significant business productivity tool for both individuals and businesses available today, for use within the familiar Microsoft Outlook user interface. Over the years, we have added innovative services that run on RPost’s core Registered Email messaging platform, with each new service extending the usefulness of the RPost platform to more functional areas within an organization, as well as extending the service to more messages sent,” remarks RPost CEO Zafar Khan. “While RPost Office for Outlook is likely to be most attractive to small businesses with fewer IT resources, the Outlook add-in is also currently used daily at some of the world’s largest companies.”