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Is Proof of Delivery of Service by Email Needed If You Have A Certificate of Service for Email Sent?

January 17, 2013 / in Blog / by Zafar Khan, RPost CEO

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. [...]

Litigation Counsel Guide: How to Prove Service of Court Documents by Email – Update

December 07, 2012 / in Blog / by Zafar Khan, RPost CEO

This posting should serve as a reference guide for process servers or lawyers who need to prove service by email. (1) Serve by email (1a) Florida Rules of Judicial Administration now require service of court documents to opposing counsel by email and rely upon the sender to track and prove delivery of said emails, and any attachments, to the intended recipient. The Florida Bar now offers RPost Registered Email™ [...]

Messaging Analytics and Advanced Reporting

October 31, 2012 / in Blog / by Zafar Khan, RPost CEO

RPost now permits sending messages and documents to lists with no minimum volumes and no monthly recipient address commitments. Sent items may be email message body text or email messages with attached documents in: 1. Plain text 2. Formatted HTML 3. Encrypted message and documents 4. Encrypted documents 5. Messages set to record recipient replies or recipient signoff [...]

RSign App for Document Output Management Systems

October 31, 2012 / in Blog / by Zafar Khan, RPost CEO

Configured for SAP by default, configurable for other output management systems on demand. The RSign Output Management app generally provides the following functions to connect document output management systems to the RSign Cloud for secure, verifiable, encrypted, large file, and eSignature processing. The RSign Output Management app performs the following functions in general, and [...]

HIPAA Violations Hit Small Businesses

August 13, 2012 / in Blog / by Zafar Khan, RPost CEO

Small business are not ‘under the radar’ of government enforcement for HIPAA privacy and security rules. Not only is the government issuing meaningful fines to small businesses for non-compliance with these data privacy rules, they are explicitly stating that regardless of the size of the firm, whether a small physician’s office or insurance broker, they will hold everyone accountable. In May 2012, American Medical Association news staff reported that a small cardiac surg [...]