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eSignOnline version 4.3.0 release – Advanced Security and Email Tools

Escondido, CA – GoPaperless Solutions is pleased to announce the release of new advanced security and email tools for our eSignOnline™ users.  This latest update to the eSignOnline™ electronic signature software will be released on Tuesday, May 13th 2014.

Version 4.3.0 release will include the following new features:

  • Knowledge Based Authentication (KBA) – An identity validation method to authenticate a signer by asking random questions selected from public and commercial information related exclusively to the signer.  KBA is a requirement by major banks and lenders to accept e-signed documents.
  • Password per signer – Users will have the ability to assign a unique password per signer. Session passwords are still offered as an option.
  • eMail2eSign™ – Users will have the ability to email documents into the eSign application from other services by sending an email with attachments. This automatically creates a signing session and sends an email reply to the user with a single sign-on link to continue building the session. This feature is intended for client integrations that do not currently utilize the eSignAPI™ for direct seamless workflow.
  • New email templates – New HTML formatted email templates are more user and device friendly.

The release will also include various other application and user interface enhancements. Visit for more details.

About GoPaperless Solutions 
GoPaperless Solutions is a hi-tech company delivering the latest in total paper-free computing business solutions backed by leading edge service and support with our global ecosystem in mind. GoPaperless Solutions provides innovative software solutions such as eSignOnline™, eSignPrinter™, eSignAdmin™, eMail2eSign™, eSignDashboard™, Real Estate Dashboard™ and REDfax™ for the paperless professional in a variety of industries including real estate, insurance, automotive, finance, health care, and field service.

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