SYS-CON: Cloud Computing: RPost Gets a Patent on Web Bugs

June 08, 2012 / in News / by RPost Marketing

by Maureen O’Gara – SYS-CON RPost, the Los Angeles inventor of Registered Email services, has gotten a patent on the little invisible web bugs – also called web beacons or pixel tags – that companies – in this case service companies – use to see if their e-mails are opened to measure the success of their […]

New RPost Patent Covers Web Link Tracking in Billions of Emails

June 05, 2012 / in News / by RPost Marketing

RPost to license patent on most common method of tracking email opening, and pursue violators LOS ANGELES, CA — June 5th, 2012 – RPost, the inventor of Registered Email services, today announced that it has been granted a patent (USPTO 8,161,104) which comprehensively covers the tracking of email openings by means of embedded web links – the technology […]

Swiss Post Seems to Take Cockamamie Position on PTO-Validated RPost Patent

May 25, 2012 / in News / by RPost Marketing

Let’s try to start somewhere near the beginning because otherwise it can get confusing. So, back in January the US Patent and Trademark Office threw out US Patent No 6,182,219, a basic RPost e-mail patent covering proof of delivery granted in January 2001.

Saudi Post Selects RPost Cloud Platform

May 23, 2012 / in News / by RPost Marketing

by Hellmail Postal NewsRPost and Saudi Post announce at the World Mail Awards in Geneva, that Saudi Post, one of the top government-owned technology pioneers in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, has selected the RPost Cloud platform as a central component of Saudi Post’s electronic service modernization effort. For customers in Saudi Arabia, RPost services […]

Saudi Post Chooses RPost Cloud Platform to Help Modernize Electronic Services

May 23, 2012 / in News / by RPost Marketing

by Laura Stotler – MSP News Government-owned technology provider, Saudi Post has chosen the RPost Cloud platform as a central component of its electronic service modernization initiative. Saudi Arabian customers can now choose RPost services, co-branded as Saudi Post Registered E-mail services, which meet Saudi Post’s standards for secure, legal electronic messaging and document services.

RPost Selected as Official Cloud Messaging Platform of Saudi Post

May 22, 2012 / in News / by RPost Marketing

Saudi Post Launches RPost’s Patented Registered Email Services as Cornerstone of its Postal Modernization Efforts, Bringing Email Tracking, Proof, Encryption and E-Signatures to GCC Region

Company Aims to Serve Court Papers by Email

May 18, 2012 / in News / by RPost Marketing

by Jon Vanderlaan – District judge: Texas law now says delivery must be in person, but rules could change in future With technology becoming more prevalent in courthouses and electronic filing becoming a desired service, one company is trying to convince attorneys and judges why serving court papers through email is reliable.

New RPost Cloud Partner Program Provides Enhanced Integration and Patent Protection

May 17, 2012 / in News / by RPost Marketing

New integrated web console and enforcement of 36 patents address customer needs while assuring partner revenues LOS ANGELES, CA — May 17th, 2012 – RPost, the inventor of Registered Email services, today announced a new RPost Cloud Partner Program which provides a web-based console to configure services, and aggressive enforcement of 36 patents covering email legal delivery proof, encryption, e-signature, and large file transfer to […]

Mortgage Industry Standardizes on RPost for E-Signatures, Registered Email Proof, and Encryption

May 10, 2012 / in News / by RPost Marketing

RPost services now deployed for 4000 companies dealing in home and commercial mortgages, for sending important messages and documents with time-stamped delivery proof, electronic signoff, and data privacy compliance.

US Patent Office Re-Exam Concludes RPost Proof of Delivery Patent Valid

May 09, 2012 / in News / by RPost Marketing

RPost Sued Swiss Post, Canada Post, ZixCorp, Adobe Echosign, Docusign, RightSignature, Farmers Insurance and Others for Patent Infringement; US Patent Office Concludes a Patent Common in These Lawsuits Is Valid After Re-Exam