29 Sep 2014

RPost Builds the Post Office into Gmail

With RMail for Gmail, Millions of Users Can Now Send Registered Email Messages from their Gmail Compose Interface Stockholm, Sweden, and Los Angeles, CA —September 23, 2014– Today, RPost announced the availability of its heavily-anticipated RMail extension for Gmail for national postal operators worldwide. RMail® for Gmail creates an easy method for national postal operators to build themselves into the digital world. With RMail for Gmail, millions... 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...

09 Apr 2014

Post Office “is open for e-business”

By Gareth Finighan The Bermuda Post Office is now offering the latest messaging security and electronic document tools as part of its RPost, registered e-mail service. The technology was first introduced in 2010 when the BPO formed a partnership with RPost, the inventors of the patented registered e-mail technology, to offer businesses and Government employees the opportunity to send registered e-mail messages to track and prove official, time... Read more...

14 Feb 2014

RPost Services Support Compliance with New FDA Guidelines on 21 CFR Part 11

The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has published guidance for compliance with specific regulations in 21 CFR Part 11. This guidance is intended to describe the FDA’s current thinking regarding the scope and application of part 11 of Title 21 of the Code of Federal Regulations; Electronic Records; Electronic Signatures (21 CFR Part 11). RPost’s Registered Email® service supports compliance with 21 CFR Part 11 with regard to preserving... Read more...

27 Jan 2014

Amended Texas Rule Allows Lawyers to Serve Court Documents by Email

As of January 1, 2014, amendments to Texas rules TRCP 21a(a)(2) and TRAP 9.5(b) now permit service of court documents by email. Plano, TX – Jan 28, 2014– Lawyers who practice in Texas stand to save a lot of time and money starting this year. As of January 1, 2014, amendments to Texas rules TRCP 21a(a)(2) and TRAP 9.5(b) now permit service of court documents by email. The amended rules allow certain court documents traditionally served by... Read more...

27 Jan 2014

Amended Texas Rule Allows Lawyers to Serve Court Documents by Email

Lawyers who practice in Texas stand to save a lot of time and money starting this year. As of January 1, 2014, amendments to Texas rules TRCP 21a(a)(2) and TRAP 9.5(b) now permit service of court documents by email. The amended rules allow certain court documents, traditionally served by courier or certified first class postal mail, to be served by email. Examples of documents that can now be served electronically include discovery notices, dispute... Read more...

06 Jan 2014

Blemain Group to use RPost services for its mortgage lending operation

Specialist lender Blemain Group has agreed to use RPost email services to deliver key documents speedily, securely and with proof of delivery and content delivered.This follows a successful three month trial with RPost Registered Email service, which allows you to send correspondence and documents securely by email, in a tamper-proof form. The service provides legal proof of sending, content and time delivered, which means there is legally-admissible... Read more...

03 Jan 2014

Conflicting Federal Court Rulings on NSA Phone Surveillance Ignite Debate – What to do in the Meantime?

Don’t dial that friend in Yemen just yet. On a judicial hot seat the last couple of weeks, the NSA’s maligned mass phone surveillance programs apparently have found both esteemed supporters and opponents in the country’s federal district courts. In the past three weeks, we’ve seen two opposite rulings from US federal district courts on the constitutionality of the NSA’s mass phone surveillance programs, setting the stage for what may eventually... Read more...