Yes, Integrated text messaging is supported in the compose screen.
It is not supported to maintain the sender’s privacy.
Possible but only one login at a time.
EPRIVO requires one or two regular email accounts (carriers) as part of the secure communication with EPRIVO email.
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As a sender your emails are controlled by rules you set per each email you send.
EPRIVO emails stay protected at rest even in a recipient’s devices and their access continues to be defined by rules set by the sender – the sender-controlled privacy features.
We do not at this point.
You will not receive a refund but rather your subscriber benefits will continue until the end of the current subscription period.
Absolutely not. We do not support advertising or any other type of monetization other than the subscription model.
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We do offer custom solutions for companies. Small organizations can also rely on the Family Plan to create private emails.
Yes, on certain subscriptions, one can choose to hide all metadata.
Yes, even an email that was sent a long time ago can be chosen to be deleted. This feature may work on some types of subscriptions only.
Yes, you can set an expiration time in each email sent.
A sender can choose to make subject line and even other fields private.
Only one member of the family needs to typically manage the Family Plan details online.
EPRIVO uses several methods to minimize this.
Yes, such emails would show up in your regular email program. However, as expected, they will not be private.
Yes, your email will be encrypted and sent. To view, the recipient will have the option to view after a quick registration or could complete a full registration.
Please follow the setup screen first time the Privacy Manager is started.
Yes, if you are an EPRIVO subscriber and have installed the EPRIVO Privacy Manager.
Yes, if you are a subscriber and have installed the EPRIVO Privacy Manager.
iPhone, iPad, Android, MAC and Windows Platforms are supported.
Yes, one can upgrade similar to how a mobile phone subscription would work.