The Email Access Code setting provides the sender the option to email a password, entered in the Access Authentication text box, to the recipient. This code is then required to open documents when the signer uses Access Authentication. This option is controlled from the SETTINGS tab.
The SETTINGS tab should be available for all RSign® user roles (RPost® Super Admin, RSign Support, Customer Admin, and User). If you are an end-user, you will be able to change your PERSONAL settings. If you use an Admin enabled account, you can change both COMPANY and PERSONAL settings. The Settings Tab includes settings for Admin, Sending, Template, Storage, System, E-Disclosure, Advanced, and Privacy.
This setting, Email Access Code, is available under the COMPANY and PERSONAL tab. If you do not see the options described in this article and wish to add them, please contact your RPost sales or account manager to enable them.
- Click the SETTINGS > Sending.
The Sending settings menu displays the Option and the visibility settings including Display on Send Tab, plus the Default Settings, Override User Settings & Lock Settings.
- Scroll down the Option column to manage your Sending settings.
Email Access Code has the following defaults and options.
Display on Send Tab: The checkbox is checked by default.
- Checked: The Access Authentication password will be emailed to the recipient prior to receiving the signature request email.
- Unchecked: The Access Authentication password will not be emailed to the recipient. In this case, the Sender would have to provide the password to the recipient.