1 DATA PROTECTION OneWorld Encrypted Messages USER GUIDE
2 Table of Contents 1 Why use Encrypted s? Activation and Login Activating Your New OneWorld Encrypted Messages Account Logging in to OneWorld Encrypted Messages Opening and Saving your Message Opening a message Saving Messages and Attachments Replying, Printing and Deleting Messages Replying to a Message Deleting a Message Printing a Message System Options Accessing system settings Changing Your Password Mailbox Settings Expired Sessions Recovering Your Password Troubleshooting and Support FAQs OneWorld encrypted messaging portal user guide 2 of 11
3 1 Why use Encrypted s? MPS recognises the importance of protecting individuals personal data and the responsibility we all have in ensuring the security of the data we hold. Using a secure solution provides an added layer of protection to minimise the risk of interception and misuse of confidential and sensitive information. From April 2015 MPS are introducing further protection measures for the correspondence we have with our members, representatives and other organisations. MPS uses two forms of encryption: Transport Layer Security (TLS) and a secure messaging portal named OneWorld. If TLS is enabled on your server, s will be delivered directly to your inbox. However, if your server/provider is not currently TLS enabled, you may be re-directed to a secure messaging portal to retrieve messages and any attached documents from MPS. This document provides guidance on how to retrieve messages and use the portal to communicate with MPS. Visit for more information about our encryption solution. OneWorld encrypted messaging portal user guide 3 of 11
4 2 Activation and Login 2.1 ACTIVATING YOUR NEW ONEWORLD ENCRYPTED MESSAGES ACCOUNT The first time you receive an encrypted message from OneWorld, you will receive a notification with instructions on how to activate an account in order to view the message. Open this activation . You will be directed to the secure portal activation screen Click on the blue activation link to create an account and view your message After clicking the activation link you will be directed to the OneWorld Encrypted Messages activation page in a new browser window. OneWorld encrypted messaging portal user guide 4 of 11
5 2.1.4 In the Enter Your Activation Information section, enter your first and last name, check that your address and OneWorld encrypted messages activation code have been prepopulated into the appropriate fields In the Create a Password section, enter a password and then re-enter the password in the Confirm Password field Please read the End User License Agreement (EULA). Once you have read the agreement place a tick in the checkbox to indicate that you agree to the EULA Click Activate and an "Activating Your Account" message will appear. Note: Activation may take several minutes. Once the activation is completed successfully, you will be automatically directed to your encrypted message Please note: Once you've activated your account, you can use your address and password to log in to view any additional encrypted messages you may receive. 2.2 LOGGING IN TO ONEWORLD ENCRYPTED MESSAGES From your notification , click the link to your encrypted message. The OneWorld Encrypted Messages login page appears in a new browser window In the Password field, enter your OneWorld Encrypted Messages password Click Login and a Logging On Please Wait... message will appear. Once you have logged in successfully, you will be automatically directed to your OneWorld Encrypted message inbox. Please note: For security reasons you will be logged out of your OneWorld account after 5 minutes of inactivity. This is to ensure the highest security. If you are logged out you will be asked to re-enter your log in details. OneWorld encrypted messaging portal user guide 5 of 11
6 3 Opening and Saving your Message 3.1 OPENING A MESSAGE Click on the message you want to open. (Once a message has been opened click the Inbox tab to go back to the front screen.) 3.2 SAVING MESSAGES AND ATTACHMENTS Please note It is important that you save any messages and attachments as they will be automatically deleted after 90 days. It is best practice to save the required information as soon as possible after first reading however you will receive notification s reminding you that s are due to be deleted To save a message, click to open an encrypted message and click the save icon at the top of the tool bar. The save message page will then appear as below: Please note A password is not mandatory if saving the as a PDF document and it s recommended that you do not use this function. Attachments are embedded within the PDF when it is saved To save the and attachments first select the desired file format. Click Save. When the open/save message appears, click the drop down arrow on the save button and select Save as, then select the folder in which you wish to save the on your computer. Please note If you click Save rather than Save as, the message will be saved to your default Downloads folder. It is your responsibility to keep your own information secure once the has been saved from the portal. OneWorld encrypted messaging portal user guide 6 of 11
7 4 Replying, Printing and Deleting Messages 4.1 REPLYING TO A MESSAGE To reply to a message open an encrypted and click on the reply icon in the top tool bar. The Reply page appears with the sender's address in the To: field. Type your message as required. To add attachments click the Add attachment button and browse your own folders to select the correct file(s). Please note You can only attach 5 files to a portal DELETING A MESSAGE To delete a message from the Inbox view, place a tick in the tick box next to the (s) to be deleted. Click the Delete icon in the toolbar at the top of the window and the selected message(s) will be moved to the Trash folder. Please note There is also a Delete icon in the toolbar at the top of an opened To permanently delete your s click into the Trash folder and then click on the Trash icon within the white circle. Confirm the deletion and all s will be removed from the Trash folder. Please note You can delete messages individually by ticking next to the desired message and then clicking Delete in the toolbar. Messages will automatically be deleted after 90 days and cannot then be retrieved. OneWorld encrypted messaging portal user guide 7 of 11
8 4.3 PRINTING A MESSAGE Please note It is advisable to save your messages and attachments before printing. It printed directly from the portal, the file will print out in small text and may be difficult to read. However if it is necessary to print out an from within the portal please follow the steps below: Open the encrypted message to be printed and then click Print from the top tool bar When your browser's Print dialog box appears select the appropriate printer settings for your computer and then click Print. OneWorld encrypted messaging portal user guide 8 of 11
9 5 System Options 5.1 ACCESSING SYSTEM SETTINGS To access the system settings click the Options tab from the right hand side of the top toolbar to open the Options page. 5.2 CHANGING YOUR PASSWORD Click on Password Options on the Options window to open the Change Password page In the Current Password field, enter your current password In the Password field, enter your new password In the Confirm Password field, re-enter your new password Click Save and your password will be changed. 5.3 MAILBOX SETTINGS Click on Mailbox Settings on the Options window to open the Mailbox Settings page These settings allow you to change the number of messages per page, how messages are sorted, create/add a signature, chose font options and alter language settings. OneWorld encrypted messaging portal user guide 9 of 11
10 5.4 EXPIRED SESSIONS For security reasons OneWorld will time you out of the portal after 5 minutes. If you try to click on anything within the screen you will be re-directed to the log in screen. Re-enter your address and password to re-login. 5.5 RECOVERING YOUR PASSWORD To recover a lost/forgotten password, click Forgot your password? on the login page. The Password Recovery page will appear In the Address field, enter your address. A new activation code will then be sent to your registered address. Follow the instructions in the to re-activate your account. OneWorld encrypted messaging portal user guide 10 of 11
11 6 Troubleshooting and Support FAQS I can t log in using my username and password. What s wrong? For security reasons, you will be locked out of your OneWorld Encrypted Messages account if an incorrect password is entered three times. If this happens, please request a new password (See 5.5 Recovering Your Password, page 10) I already have an OneWorld account what do I do? You may already have a OneWorld account from which you retrieve messages from another organisation. If this is the case, your login and password will remain the same and you will see messages from both organisations in your inbox. Click on the notification and enter your login and password as normal. How many attachments can I include in a message? You can send a maximum of five (5) attachments with OneWorld Encrypted Messages. If you require more attachments, create a compressed (zip) file with all the attachments and include that with the message. I ve deleted a message. Can I recover it? Yes you can retrieve it from the trash. If you have emptied your trash bin you will no longer be able to recover the message. Once removed from trash the message is permanently deleted. Can I view encrypted s on my mobile device? Yes, the portal is available as a mobile-friendly website. OneWorld encrypted messaging portal user guide 11 of 11
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