You show up in court with a US Certified Mail “Green Card” delivery receipt, evidence that supposedly proves you delivered a timely notice. The other party simply stands up and says quizzically, “Sure we got the certified letter, but no one in our office could figure out why we were sent an empty envelope!” And […]
Ingram Micro Australia has added RPost email security services to its cloud marketplace, considering the heightened interest in email security and compliance that has fueled demand for RPost. Ingram Micro is the world’s largest technology distributor.
2018 was a busy year in the cyber world; in particular, in the areas where we focus — messaging security, privacy compliance, e-delivery and eSign productivity.
Happy New Year from RPost! And now a brief look back at the year that was… 2019 brought us impeachment, college admissions scandals, more Brexit, record stock prices, and Baby Yoda. It was also another busy year in the cyber world; in particular, in the areas where we focus — messaging security, privacy compliance, e-delivery […]
From Humble Beginnings, Early Innovators Set the Stage for Today’s CDOs We want to recognize those IT staffers who started with humble beginnings – sometimes as the company IT or process operations guru gifted with a silver tongue for explaining the technically complex, business simply. These are the heroes that today’s Chief Digital Officers (CDOs) […]
Politics Can Really Be A Turn Off News-wise, it’s almost as if 2021 told 2020 to ‘hold my beer’. In 15 days, this new year hasn’t offered any respite from the drama and anxiety that pervaded 2020, especially in the United States. I will not be rehashing or opining on any of the events that […]
Have you, your staff, or a client ever sent an important email that the recipient claimed he or she did not receive? Over the next three weeks, Tech Essentials will explore common misconceptions about email delivery that will prepare you in case delivery of your (or a client’s) time-dependent email is disputed. Let’s get started […]
Most disputes center on who said what to whom and when. When an email gets lost without the sender being aware, the entire conversation or negotiation can derail, and there can be serious financial and/or reputational damage as a consequence.
In the final part of our three part series on common misconceptions about email delivery, we’ll discuss a type of system that many attorneys use and believe can prove fact of e-delivery.
This posting should serve as a reference guide for process servers or lawyers who need to prove service by email. (1) Request permission to serve by email
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