Flag the e-mail that you want to send in encrypted form to a recipient outside the HIN platform as “Confidential”. You can also write “(Confidential)” in the subject line or use your e-mail program’s confidentiality function. Weiterlesen How do I send an HIN Secure Mail Global message?
You can search for HIN participants in the HIN subscriber directory at dir.hin.ch. Or simply mark all e-mails as “(Confidential)”. Weiterlesen How do I know whether the recipient is an HIN participant or whether I have to mark the e-mail as “(Confidential)”?
When a recipient of an encrypted message (HIN Mail Global) replies to you, [GLOBAL] is added to the end of the subject line. This means that your reply to this message will once again be sent encrypted. Weiterlesen What does the addition in the e-mail subject line [GLOBAL] mean?
If you activate delivery confirmations, a read report is triggered automatically as soon as the recipient has decrypted your e-mail. As the recipient cannot decide whether to send a confirmation or not, this delivery method is like sending a registered letter by mail. Therefore, it is clearly different from the read report function when you … Weiterlesen How do I receive a delivery confirmation for my e-mail sent with HIN Mail Global?