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Sometimes the Delivery Slip in your Outlook client requires a width adjustment to accommodate for font sizes and higher screen resolutions. This is often the case when using a Windows tablet. If the text and formatting in the Outlook Delivery Slip is unreadable or needs more spacing, simply adjust the width of the Delivery Slip through the Preferences section.
Last updated November 29 2017.
Yes. DeliverySlip works equally well with Gmail/G Suite, Microsoft 365 and Outlook.
No, keep using your existing email address or aliases. Your email client and server infrastructure also remain the same. DeliverySlip works seamlessly from your inbox by using our Secure MS Outlook Toolbar or Chrome extension. There are no secondary passwords, PINS or keys required.
Secure message content is stored encrypted at rest, using AES 256 bit encryption. Your encrypted data is stored in Microsoft Azure's cloud in the data jurisdiction that you selected (either USA, UK, Canada or Australia) upon your registration.
DeliverySlip supports Azure Active Directory, Okta, Google, and others.
Yes, DeliverySlip works on mobile phones and you will be able to read and reply to secure messages. Apps are available for iOS and Android devices.
Yes. With data-leak prevention (DLP) rules enabled, DeliverySlip automatically encrypts information like Social Security, credit card or account numbers and keywords that can be tailored to your organization.
DeliverySlip is suitable for use with organizations that are subject to any number of regulatory compliance schemas including; GDPR, SOX, GBLA, FINRA and more.
Yes, local store for Outlook Exchange is supported. With this feature enabled, secure message content is stored locally in Outlook after you view the secure message, and then synced to Exchange.
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