Refers to the Mail Express Outlook Add-In
The Administrator is responsible for configuration and management of the Mail Express application servers and clients.
The Mail Express Drop-Off Portal is provided for external, non-Outlook users to send files using Mail Express. From this web page, any individual who knows the URL of the page can attach files to an email to send to one or more recipients. You can also log in to the Drop-Off portal using your Internal user credentials. If the administrator has configured the Drop-Off page to allow only \"verified\" users, and your account is not defined as a verified user, you will not have access to the Drop-Off page.
Web access to Mail Express for Internal users
Senders that access the application to send files via Mail Express using the Outlook Add-in or Internal Portal and are registered within the system.
An email that is sent by an internal user from the Add-in or Internal portal which invites one or more recipients to create a permanent external account by following a link. This external account can be used to log into the drop off portal and send files back to the sender. Each recipient receives their own private invitation link.
An email that is sent by an internal user from the Add-in or Internal Portal which includes a link that allows recipients to access the Reply Portal in order to upload files back to the sender without having to create an account. The reply link will expire when the package expires. Each recipient will receive their own private reply link.
The Mail Express Outlook Add-In.
Packages are file transfers that may contain one or more files and an associated message.
When a Mail Express user sends an email with an attachment, the attachment (if managed by Mail Express) is sent to the Mail Express Server, and the recipient receives an email that contains the body of the original sent email, plus one or more hyperlinks from which the recipient can download the attachment from the Pick-Up Portal.
Portals are web pages that senders and administrators use to access Mail Express functions.
web portal for external (anonymous) users to send files to internal users by clicking a reply link in an email
The file that the Mail Express Outlook Add-In attaches to an email, named “XXX.mailexpress.\" It's less than 100 bytes and points to the original attachment.
A \"verified\" user is a user in the system. You can have “anonymous” access, where anyone can use the portal, or “verified” access, where you need a username and password to access the portal.