Today we've released a new version of Secure Email that focuses mainly on the user experience and introduces updates that make the interactions with the application much more intuitive and seamless.
To further our efforts in delivering a consistent, unified user experience across our secure applications, today we introduce Security Lock to Secure Email. You will no more have to juggle dozens of different and complex passwords to make sure your privacy is protected.
Secure Email has undergone a bit of a revamp, with a redesigned inbox, updated inbox views, and new tabs for quick access to Contacts and Favorites. The new release should also satisfy numerous user requests to change the default app synchronization behavior.
Read on for details!
The latest release of Secure Email does away with a couple of issues that hampered user experience. First, we have managed to reduce bandwidth consumption to ensure faster and seamless messaging. We have also taken care of a bug which prevented the app from sending emails in background mode.
Here are some more details:
The new default configuration of Secure Email pushes the mail transport functions to the background, resulting in dramatic improvements in responsiveness of email, no matter where you are, or what the speed of your network might be.
Montréal, Canada - December 9, 2016
This week Secure Group has officially released updates to several products. Our developers have made improvements to the following Secure Pack apps: Secure Email and Secure Voice. We also uploaded new versions of Secure Manager: the billing and licensing system used by our partners; and to the Secure Administration System. Here’s a rundown of the changes:
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