Send protected messages directly from your email
When your email address is registered to an account with us, you can easily use the services directly from your email, entirely without installations or plugins. It works with all kinds of email and webmail.
Send easy to one or many
You can send protected messages both to mobile numbers and email addresses. Enter the recipient’s mobile number or email address in the “To-field” and end it with login.esms.nu.
Just like when you send regular emails, it is easy to add more recipients. When you send to several recipients, each recipient receive their own invitation and cannot see the other participants.
Type your message as usual. You don’t have to enter a subject when sending as an SMS, but if you do, we add it to the top of the message, keep in mind that it is included in the total amount of characters.
Click Send, and we will automatically protect the message behind a login and send a link to the recipient where they can log in!
Sender on SMS
When you send an SMS from your phone, your number is always displayed as the sender. When you send via us, you have more options, you can, for instance let the recipient respond to the message so that it comes directly back to your email. Read more under settings about this.
Send to many with Broadcast
If you have many recipients, it may be easier to add their number followed by .login directly in the email, then you address the mail to firstname.lastname@example.org and after the message you enter the code word DistriButionList (spelled exactly that way) followed by the recipients numbers.
If you enter a semicolon (;) after the number, you can also add the recipient’s name.The name is then visible in your logs and it may be easier to follow up if any message can’t be delivered.
The recipient receives an SMS or email
If you have entered a subject in your message, it will be visible, otherwise the message only contains information that the recipient has received a protected message and is asked to log in to the link and read the message.
Recipient logs in and reads
When the recipient clicks the link, they can log in with the identification option you chose. Before logging in, they can send you a reply, asking about the nature of the message.
After the login, the contents of your secure message is displayed along with files and pictures you may have attached. The recipient can reply to you from this view as well.
After the log in, they can read your message
Tie to personal ID
Add personal ID in the address if you want to specify exactly who will be allowed to log in.
Then it can look like this to a mobile number:
And like this to an email address:
With GDPR in mind, we recommend that you send directly from our toolbox instead if you want to tie the log in to specific personal IDs. You can read more about it here.
Add signature to your protected message
You can combine Signing with Protected messages, it may be good if it’s a contract or other sensitive information that is sent. First, the recipient needs to log in with eID or with a one-time code to read your message. Thereafter, they can sign.
Simply add login to the address:
If you send directly, the address will be email@example.com or email-address.login.sign.esms.nu
If you use broadcast, you type mobile-number.login.sign or email-address.login.sign