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SecureLine Message Center: Free, Secure Message Access Portal

Thursday, April 23rd, 2015

LuxSci customers send encrypted email messages to anyone using the SecureLine Escrow system — recipients receive a notification of their waiting secure message and click on a link to access it after either answering a security question or logging into their free SecureSend account to verify their identities.

The SecureLine Namespace and Message Center features enable your recipients to login and see a history of all secure messages sent to them from your users and to easily open, read, reply to, and delete these historical messages any time … at least until they have expired.  The Message Center also keeps copies of sent messages — so it enables free WebMail-like behavior in the SecureSend secure messaging portal

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Best Practices: Removing all copies of an email from an email server

Monday, June 10th, 2013

These questions arise over and over:

How do I prevent copies of my email (inbox/sent) from being backed up on your servers?

Is there an automatic way to do this?

What if I only want data saved on servers if it is encrypted?

Where are the other copies stored?

Can I use a WebAide to auto save/encrypt email and attachments and remove any copies received/sent?

We’ll answer these questions in general and in the context of LuxSci.

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Access Multiple Inboxes and Other Folders from a Single Account

Saturday, February 7th, 2009

I read about how Gmail supports “multiple Inboxes” and this seemed like a nice new feature.  However, LuxSci has allowed users to access the Inboxes and other folders from other accounts in its unified WebMail interface for over a year and a half now … i.e. this is old news. However, it’s not really “old news” as their “multiple Inbox” feature is named in misleading way — it is not supposed to give you access to other people’s Inboxes!

In this post, I’ll show you how to simulate multiple Inbox access in Gmail using the “multiple Inboxes” feature and indicate how this is not really a true multiple Inbox scenario and has some significant limitations.  Then, we’ll show you how to set up the same thing in LuxSci. Finally, you’ll see how to use LuxSci for true shared folder access.

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