ResWare Integrates RPost Email Security Software

October 25, 2018

Adeptive Software recently integrated its title production platform ResWare with RPost’s email cybersecurity software services.

The integration provides ResWare users with access RPost’s RMail email encryption and Registered Email certified e-delivery.

“We saw an obvious benefit to being able to send encrypted messages within ResWare, using RMail,” said George T. Holler of Holler Law Firm and a ResWare user. “We were impressed with the simplicity of the user experience with RMail—with the all-in-one aspect of the RMail solution providing an elegant experience and economical approach.”

RPost’s main products accessible in ResWare starting in version 9.4 include:

  • RMail email encryption with auditable proof of compliance with data privacy regulations.
  • Registered Email e-delivery proof, which returns a registered receipt for every message sent, providing and proving e-delivery details, data privacy and TRID compliance. The receipt is automatically routed to and stored within ResWare.

From a compliance perspective, the RMail services provide evidence of proof of delivery of emailed initial or revised Loan Estimates and Closing Disclosures. The registered receipt enables creditors to satisfy record retention requirements under the TRID rule with respect to the disclosures.

“The registered receipt email has the capability to authenticate and accurately reproduce the original email and attachments, including any attached disclosures, which satisfies the E-Sign Act’s retention and accurate reproduction requirements,” said Richard Horn in the Richard Horn Legal PLLC memorandum on RPost compliance with TRID delivery requirements. “Thus, the registered receipt email should generally enable creditors to satisfy the record retention requirements under the TRID rule with respect to the disclosures.”


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