RPost Cloud sets anywhere, anytime legal electronic messaging

Date: 01 Nov 2011


Providers RPost, the inventor of Registered Email services, today announced the launch of the RPost Cloud platform as the new global standard for legal electronic messaging. The RPost Cloud platform is built on RPost’s Registered Email service technology standard for processing email messages with added characteristics that deliver a specialised message product to the recipient, returning analytics, reports and evidence records to the sender.

“In the spirit of the technology specialisation associated with cloud services, RPost has transformed its processing networks into an open platform so developers can extend their applications to route only their high value outbound messages to the RPost Cloud for special processing,” states RPost CEO Zafar Khan.

The RPost Cloud acts as an infrastructure extension to developers’ own software platforms to add legally valid proof and non-repudiation, security and compliance, legal electronic signature and authentication, and collaboration and deliverability services.

For ordinary email users, RPost standard apps provide an elegant user interface that permits senders to select a variety of actions from within their existing email program. RPost standard apps can be downloaded from the RPost website and can be used with desktop email programs (i.e. Outlook, Lotus), mobile devices (i.e. BlackBerry, Apple iOS), and web browsers.

For software and service providers, RPost opens these standard apps so they are configurable for their developers to build into their software platforms to programmatically trigger use of RPost features. For example, service providers can filter outbound messages and based on message content, determine to be high value and route those messages to be processed by the RPost Cloud platform for secure encrypted delivery with auditable proof of compliance with data privacy rules.

Lastly, independent developers can take advantage of RPost’s application programming interfaces (APIs) for data input, feature selection, product delivery, intelligence reporting, and authentication. These APIs allow for SMTP or HTTPS interaction with the RPost Cloud, for all data inputs and outputs.

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