30 Dec 2015

2015: Year in Review

The RPost team thanks you, our community of users, customers, partners, shareholders, and advocates, for another exciting year at RPost. Your support enables the RPost team to continue innovating for our customers, and to maintain RPost as the global standard for secure and certified electronic communications. We believe the investments we have made over the course of the year will continue to advance the experience and maximize value for our users... Read more...

24 Feb 2015

Is All Privileged Client-Provider Email Cataloged by the US Government and Accessible by Request?

All service providers (such as lawyers, doctors, accountants, financial advisors, etc.) who believe their communications with clients are private — and in some situations, privileged — should take note. Conversely, all clients who believe their communications with trusted service providers are private should also take note. If you believe the revelations reported by The Guardian after a recent July 17th interview with NSA whistleblower... Read more...

29 Aug 2014

Eight RPost Patents Valid after Post-Grant Challenges

The Leahy–Smith America Invents Act (AIA), signed into law in 2011, has created new opportunities for those accused of patent infringement to challenge the validity of granted patents, with the institution of new “post-grant” proceedings. Today, the validity of RPost patents have been challenged by companies, including Symantec, Swiss Post, Experian, EBay, Epsilon, and Constant Contact. These companies instituted requests for post grant... Read more...

18 Sep 2013

RPost Granted 50th Patent Worldwide

U.S. patent number 8,504,628 – RPost’s 50th patent worldwide – grants RPost broad protection of the company’s “filter and route” technology for electronic messaging. The patent covers systems and methods for scanning an electronic message’s content and routing that message for special processing based on particular cues such as a trigger keyword in the subject line, a social security number pattern, or an importance flag in the message... Read more...

15 Nov 2012

RPost Upgrades its Patented Track Prove Sign Encrypt Services


RPost has released comprehensive updates of its high value messaging and document delivery services, and apps that provide easy access Los Angeles, California, USA – November 15th, 2012 – RPost, the inventor of Registered Email® track, prove, sign and encrypt technology, announces its 2012 comprehensive service upgrade. This upgrade builds upon RPost patented technologies and is the most robust Cloud SaaS (software as a service) platform... Read more...

08 Oct 2012

SOA World: RPost Settles with Canada & Swiss Posts


by Maureen O’Gara – SOA World Magazine RPost has settled its separate patent infringement suits against both Swiss Post and Canada Post after court-ordered mediation.RPost said in a terse statement that the settlement terms are “consistent with our intent to vigorously protect our intellectual property everywhere.” Canada Post, which is paying RPost some undisclosed amount of money under its settlement, has agreed to “block messaging... Read more...

03 Oct 2012

Post & Parcel: Canada Post and Swiss Post settle digital mail patent lawsuits


by Post & Parcel US digital mail technology firm RPost says it has now settled its outstanding patent battle with Canada Post and Swiss Post. The Los Angeles-based company said yesterday that it reached amicable settlements with the two national postal operators in the separate lawsuits regarding patents related to its proof of email delivery applications. RPost said the financial terms of settlement with both Canada Post and Swiss Post were... Read more...

02 Oct 2012

RPost Granted 46th Patent; Canada Post and Swiss Post Settle Patent Infringement Actions


RPost’s newest patent covers technology to record the indication of acceptance or rejection of an offer sent by email. Los Angeles, CA – October 2nd, 2012 – RPost announces it has now been granted its 46th patent and separately has reached amicable settlements of its patent infringement lawsuits against Canada Post and Swiss Post, on terms consistent with RPost’s intent to vigorously protect its intellectual property, everywhere. “We... Read more...

24 Jul 2012

RPost Granted Fundamental Patents on Email Tracking

RPost to License Patents on Methods of Tracking Email Delivery or Failure Using Server Logs Los Angeles, CA — July 24th, 2012 – RPost, the inventor of Registered Email® services, today announced that it has been granted two additional patents (US Patent numbers 8,224,913 and 8,209,389) which comprehensively cover systems and methods service providers use to track email delivery or failure using server logs — technology novel in... Read more...