What is an Encrypted Email?
Email encryption is a process that disguises the content of email messages to protect its contents from being read by anyone other than the intended recipients. RMail uses 256-bit AES encryption and provides options for secure end-to-end delivery. If you are required to encrypt personally identifiable information under HIPAA or any other federal or state rules and regulations, RMail's Registered Registered Receipt™ record provides legal proof of compliance should a dispute arise.
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How Do I Use RMail in Zola Suite?
Once you have registered an account with RMail, you will be able to use its features in Zola Suite. Type your email as you normally would and instead of clicking "Send," click the option to "Send Registered." This will open a window where you can ...
Does RMail Offer Discounts?
CARET Legal users have the option to subscribe to RMail directly through our interface, and received discounted packages. In order to subscribe, click on the "Upgrade" option in the RMail window If you wish to purchase more emails, you can sign up ...
Can I Send an Email in a Secure Fashion?
You can send a confidential message using RMail encryption technology available to you directly on the email page without leaving Zola Suite environment. Click here for instructions Whenever you send any email message using the RMail/Zola Suite ...
How Do I Get Started With RMail?
Registering for RMail can be done directly in Zola Suite. The first time you click "Send Registered" in the New Email window you will be prompted to create an account. You will need to fill this out even if you already have an account with RMail - ...
What is the E-Sign Option and How Does it Work?
In addition to Registered Receipts™ and encryption capabilities, RMail also has an electronic signature feature that allows you to get legally binding electronic sign-off on documents and agreements. The e-signed documents are automatically finalized ...
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