Sending a PEC with Libero Mail is simple and intuitive: here is the guide to follow step by step.
Sending a certified email with Libero Mail PEC is easy and intuitive. By accessing your PEC box, the user will be able to consult the incoming mail, view drafts and create new messages to send to their contacts.
The PEC offers advantages to both professionals and companies, for which having a certified mailbox is mandatory, and for individuals. Sending a PEC, in fact, has the same legal value of a registered letter with return receipt for all cases provided by law. Here is a guide to send certified email with your Libero Mail PEC box and take advantage of all the benefits: whether you are a private customer who has subscribed to a Family PEC from 14.99 euros per year including VAT, or for those who subscribe to a PEC Unlimited with unlimited storage space at 30 euros per year plus VAT.
Libero Mail PEC: how to send a certified email
The Libero Mail PEC manager offers its users a simple and intuitive interface to send an unlimited number of certified emails. The user will just have to log in to his Libero Mail PEC box with his credentials to open the interface.
In the top band, just below the Contacts and next to the message search field, you will find the Compose option and will just have to click to open a new draft. The user will have to enter in the recipient field the address of the PEC box he wants to send the message to, write the subject, compose the text message and click on Attach to add files to the message he wants to send.
Once you've finished entering the data, simply click on Send to send the message and make the most of the service offered by Libero Mail PEC.
Libero Mail PEC: how the service works
Sending a PEC from your Libero Mail PEC box works differently than sending a standard email. In the case of a normal email, the process of sending is simple: you open a new draft of the message, you enter in the appropriate fields the email address of the recipient and the subject, the text, any attachments and then proceed to send.
In the case of a certified email, the operation does not end by clicking on "Send" after composing the message, but is divided into three phases: sending, receiving and sending the delivery receipt. After composing the message and sending it, the certified mail server of the sender will perform a series of formal checks on the received message, sending in turn to the sender an acceptance receipt confirming that the email has been accepted by the system at a specific date and time. The acceptance receipt is then signed by the sender's PEC manager.
The original message is placed in a transport message, or transport envelope, of S/MIME type, which will contain the original message and all the data certifying the transport itself. Only at this point, the email leaves the sender and is sent to the recipient's domain through the receiving point, which performs the necessary checks on the origin of the PEC and on the correctness of the message.
If all checks are positive, the message is forwarded to the delivery point, which sends to the sender the receipt of delivery of the PEC, the analogue of the return receipt of a normal registered mail.