It is often necessary to send confidential information to superiors or other relevant personnel for review by email. Normally, once these confidential emails are sent out, they cannot be controlled and may result the disclosure of confidential information. For avoiding this, Coremail developed Self-destructing once Being Read(originally named as self-destructing mail), which controls sent emails to ensure that emails will be destructed automatically under specified conditions to improve information security and protect confidential information.
How to use Self-destructing once Being Read?
Select Self-destructing once Being Read in the check box to display the times and time setting.
1) Mail destructed time: You can customize destructing date, that is, when the date expires, the mail you send will be automatically destructed and the recipient will not be able to view it;
2) Limited readings: The number of readings by the recipient can be limited. If readings exceed the limit, the mail will be automatically destructed;
3) The recipient will read the mail through a separate page. For example, if the user receives email on Client, password verification is required to view this mail to ensure the confidential email read only by the recipient. At the same time, self-destructing mail can only be read and replied, but not forwarded, copied or printed. The recipient will not be able to view this mail after destructing;
4) The sender can track and manage sent self-destructing mail, and can check the receiving and reading status, number of readings, remaining readings, destructing status of each recipient. You can also destruct the mail manually, which refers the the mail will be destructed instantly.