What exactly is Receipt Authentication?
All messages sent using the RMail service are transmitted as Registered Email™ messages and return a Registered Receipt™ email record to the sender to certify and prove email delivery, content and timestamp, without requiring any compliant action at the recipient. For each message sent, the sender receives the Registered Receipt™ email record within two hours of sending, which is a self-contained record of proof of delivery with delivery timestamps, open tracking, proof of content delivered, and proof of encrypted delivery.
The Registered Receipt e-mail has the capability to authenticate and accurately reproduce the original e-mail and attachments, including any attached disclosures, which satisfies the E-Sign Act’s retention and accurate reproduction requirements. And the Registered Receipt e-mail, because it can be provided to third parties and used to authenticate the content and attachments to the e-mail, may be retained by creditors to enable access to parties entitled to access to the records for the period required by law, which satisfies the E-Sign Act’s access requirements.
The Registered Receipt email is a self-contained and self-authenticating record of an RMail message. The receipt documents the entire email transaction and is durable, portable, and verifiable for proof sending, delivery, content and official time, sent and received.
The attached HTMLReceipt.htm file contains a digitally signed copy of the original email, attachments, audit trail, delivery information, digital fingerprints, and official times. This information is cryptographically signed and embedded in the Registered Receipt email with no copy stored in the RPost Cloud.