RMail® enables senders to send Registered Email™ messages encrypted, dynamically adjusting to the right levels of email encryption and recipient user experience either automatically, based on message content, recipient system, or sender preference. For example, if the recipient has TLS available or the right level of TLS to meet the sender requirements for security, then the message is transmitted encrypted with the right level of TLS, auto-decrypting without password at the recipient server. If the recipient does not have TLS available or does not have the sufficient level of TLS, the email and attachments are wrapped inside a password protected AES 256-bit encrypted PDF. In this case, there are a variety of password and decryption options available.
The RMail encryption service has several features and options for ease of use, privacy and regulatory compliance.
Step 1: Users check the box next to the word “Encrypt” in the feature panel pop up window (or they can automate based on message content).
Step 2: Depending on the user interface, the user can choose the preferred recipient experience, Transmission Encryption or Message Level encryption.
Step 3: Senders can choose whether decryption passwords may be used, shared, or remembered by a recipient for repeated use.
The patented RMail® Email Encryption service has many configurations and options to meet the needs of any organization, regardless of size. The patented RMail™ Registered Email™ service has been relied upon the world over since 2000.