- One-Click Send
- Language Preference
- Bulk Settings Change
- Unmarked Email (Outlook)
- Removing One-Click Send
RPost does have options to set up special configurations in which the RPost button can be set up as a “Click-to-send” service. The add-in can be configured to send encrypted, registered, or both encrypted and registered just by clicking the “Send Registered” button. The steps below describe how to find and select the special configuration options.
At the bottom of the acknowledgment email, there are language preferences under “Service Language Preference”. Send a Registered Email message, open the received acknowledgment, and choose the desired language at the bottom of this email.
RPost can supply a configuration file that includes all of the settings that are inside the Outlook add-in, and allows changes to the default settings to be made easily (see image below). Basically, the configuration file is a series of yes or no questions that turn settings on or off. Once this file is done being manipulated, either by the support team at RPost or by the user, it can be shared with anyone who wants this group of settings. The steps below explain how to do this.
To apply the changes based on the configuration file information, follow these steps:
1. Close Outlook
2. Paste the attached file in the “C:Program FilesRPostRPostOffice” folder.
Note: It can be under “Program Files(x86)” folder for 32 bit installations.Open the Config file and make the required changes.
3. Save the config file with the same name.
4. Delete the folder called “Microsoft_Corporation” found under these two locations:
5. Restart Outlook.
6. Press the “Restore Defaults” button in the Options Panel:
Outlook 2000, XP, 2003 & 2007: Tools > Options > Registered Email (tab) > Options
Outlook 2010, 2013: File > RPostOffice Email Options
7. Compose a new email page and send the email using the “Send Registered” button.
When sending a Registered Email, selecting the Unmarked setting will cause this email to not show any indication that the sender is tracking the email’s delivery. Compose a new email, select the Send Registered Button, and select the “Unmarked Option.
The RPost Outlook add-in does have a setting in which encrypted emails can be sent by selecting the RPost Send Registered button, without need to select “Encrypt” as an option.
In order to return to the default installation settings, you must first go to RPost Options in Outlook.
Outlook 2003 – 2007: Click Tools -> Options -> RPost Email Options
Outlook 2010 and 2013: Click File -> RPost Email Options
3. You may need to reload Outlook for this to take effect, but you should now be able to access the RPost button.