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How to Open and Read .eml Email Files

Wednesday, August 22nd, 2012

Many email programs and services allow downloading and/or saving email messages in a format called “.eml”.  This format is very simple and very standard.  These are plain text files that hold one email message per file and which contain the full message headers and full MIME-encoded message content.

LuxSci allows saving email messages from WebMail and from the SecureLine Escrow portal as eml files for offline usage, and the importing of eml files directly into your email folders.

While .eml is a widely used standard, old versions of Microsoft Outlook (before v2010) do not support it and that leaves many people wondering what to do with these files.

Here we explain how to open and view .eml-encoded message files on your computer.

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Deferred Email: Get Those Messages Out of My Sight, I’ll Look at Them Later!

Wednesday, March 31st, 2010

LuxSci has just introduced a new featured called “Deferred Email Messages”.  With deferred messages, you can select message(s), in any email folder, have them removed from that folder and automatically returned to the folder at a later date and time.

If, like me, you use your INBOX as a “to do list”, this is a big help.  You no longer have to keep old messages hanging around for a long time until you “deal with them”.  Now, you can defer them, specifying exactly when you would like to see them again.  They are moved away and automatically returned at that time.  This keeps your INBOX (and other active folders manageable).

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Restrict User WebMail Access by IP

Tuesday, February 9th, 2010

Block AccessAdministrators of LuxSci accounts now have the ability to specify exactly from what locations their users are permitted to login to WebMail.  I.e. administrators can choose to allow WebMail access only from the Office or certain other places.  This is good for general account and information security.

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New “Mobile Mode” for PDAs and Smart Phones

Tuesday, September 8th, 2009

LuxSci has offered an “Xpress” WebMail portal for many years.  The portal is fast, simple, and works with most devices because it does not use any JavaScript or cookies, and uses few images.  The Xpress portal is good for security, privacy, and access from legacy devices, as well as over very slow connections.

However, the mobile device landscape is quickly changing.  Starting with the iPhone and its full-featured Safari web browser, to the Android, the Palm Pre, and the availability of browsers like OperaMini on many phones, it is now the case that many “cutting edge” phones actually have fast web browsers that fully support JavaScript, AJAX, CSS, and broadband — all the technologies formerly the purview of the desktop.  Their major drawback, however, is still the very small screen. Many of these browsers work perfectly well with most web sites, including LuxSci’s full-featured WebMail portal; however, it can be problematic and painful to use and navigate sites designed for large displays on these device’s small screens.

Enter LuxSci’s new “Mobile Mode”.  Mobile Mode is a new feature of LuxSci’s regular WebMail interface that is available when it detects that you are accessing it using a mobile device, such as an iPhone.

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Send a Secure Email to Anyone

Thursday, January 8th, 2009

As a healthcare provider, business owner, or educator, you need a way to communicate with clients, patients, customers, or colleagues who assume or require privacy and confidentiality of information. This may be a legal requirement for you as well. You need to be able to send and receive information securely, quickly, and easily.

Using LuxSci’s SecureLine Escrow service, you can send emails safely to anyone, regardless of their email provider.

o Send secure emails to anyone with an email address
o Receive secure replies
o Send and receive secure attachments
o Do it all from your existing email program or WebMail

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