Can I use a cellphone to send a protected email?
All devices and all email sending methods can stay as they were.
When I’m connected to Notary.Email, do I have to send all emails in secure mode?
No. Sending with the Notary.Email security solution can be turned on or off for each message. You are entirely free to choose.
Do I get a new email address with registration?
No. You can still use all your existing email addresses and all your devices— no changes required on your side. Everything can and should remain as it is.
What is a notary-registered email address?
These are the two notary-registered emails you receive when you register. The first notary-registered email address is intended for sending messages by email only. At the same time, the second notary-registered email is also sent by regular mail if regular sending is enabled in the country (UK and US are not yet included). To use a first or second notary-registered email address, enter it into the CC or BCC of the message that you want to secure.
How do I send a secure email?
To send a secure email order after opening an account, enter the notary-registered email address in the CC or BCC of the email. If you record the email in CC, the recipient will be notified that you have used Notary. Email for proof purposes. If you use BCC, the user will not be informed that you have used the Notary. Email service to prove it.
How does sending regular mail via Notary.Email work?
In countries where the regular mail service is enabled (Slovenia included), send an email to the recipient’s address (if you have an email address) and attach a PDF document with the physical address in the left window of the American envelope in the attachment. CC or BCC, however, send a message to a notary-registered email address that is also intended to be sent by regular mail. If you want to send the shipment only by regular mail, or if you do not have the recipient’s email address, you can send the email to yourself, and enter the notary-registered email address intended for sending by regular mail to the CC.
If I send the email to myself and give the CC an incoming email address, is the document still securely stored?
That’s right. If you send the email to yourself, and you write down the notary-registered email address in CC, the content is stored securely in Notay.Email database.
After sending, I get a return email with a security key. What is it for?
After sending, you received a security key that can unlock an encrypted message in Notary. Email. All messages are encrypted in a Notary.Email databases so even system administrators cannot read the messages. At the time when you would or would need a message receipt, you will be able to request an administration message and key to issue a message receipt. Please do not send the received key to anyone and save it.
I have been using Notary. Email for over a year now. When using it, I have a whole host of messaging keys in my mailbox that are distracting. What can I do?
The user may use another “key container mailbox” to store the keys, Such mailbox is intended solely for the storage of keys. The address for receiving the keys needs to be changed for this purpose. This way, the keys are always securely stored, and there is no interference with the use of daily emails.