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3 Introduction What is secure ? Secure is an containing encrypted personal, non-public information (NPI) that Stewart sends to you. We also may send you secure containing what we believe may be confidential information, but is not NPI. Since the is encrypted, it cannot be read if the is intercepted during its delivery to you. Why secure ? To ensure the confidentiality of your NPI and to comply with privacy and regulation standards, Stewart has implemented a secure platform. We have partnered with ZixCorp to provide secure encryption. The protection of confidential communication is important to us and we want to ensure your information stays private. What is personal, non-public information? Any data or information that's not available to the public and is considered personal is known as personal, non-public information. Some of the most common types of data in need of protection are: Credit and debit card numbers Social Security numbers Bank account information Passwords Driver's license numbers How is my data protected? Messages are encrypted individually for each recipient and include a certified time stamp. These security measures ensure that no one except the intended recipient can read the message. Because every message is digitally signed, the recipient has irrefutable proof of the sender's identity. Messages are stored securely until the scheduled expiration date. If you wish to access the message beyond that date, you have the ability to save the message and any attachments to your computer. Stewart Secure User Guide March
4 Registering, Logging In, and Password Resets Secure will arrive in your inbox just as any other . The first time you receive a secure , you will be required to register to create an account for the Stewart Secure portal. Registration is a one-time, quick and easy process (see the Registering section for more information). Once you have registered, the next time you receive a secure , the login process is simple (see the Logging In section for more information). Registering You will receive an message in your inbox notifying you that you have a secure message. Note: If you do not receive an expected secure message, search your Spam or Junk folder in case it was filtered there. To register to access your secure 1. Open the message and you will see a banner that reads Stewart Title. Note: To display this in another language, click on the desired link representing the language in which you wish the message to display. If you select a language other than English, please note that only the portal will display in the selected language. The secure message will display in the language in which the was written. 2. Click the Open Message button. Note: If your program does not display this button, click or copy and paste the link provided in the message into your browser s address bar. The Stewart Secure Login page will display. There are a couple of ways you can register to create your account: You can create an account using your address (see the Registering with Your section for more information). If you frequently log in to Stewart Online or SureClose to view your files online, you can create an account using those login credentials (see the Registering with Your Stewart Online or SureClose Credentials section for more information). Note: If you do not regularly log in to Stewart Online or SureClose to view your files, we recommend you register with your address. Stewart Secure User Guide March
5 Registering with Your To register for an account using your address: 1. From the Login page, click the Create Account button. 2. The Validation page will display, notifying you that instructions for completing the secure registration process have been sent to the address displayed. 3. Go to your inbox and open the validation message. The validation will be from and the subject will read Stewart Secure Notification. To complete the registration process, click the HERE link. Note: If you do not receive the validation , search your Spam or Junk folder in case it was filtered there. The validation expires 60 minutes after it was requested. If you do not validate your within 60 minutes of your request, go back to the Stewart Secure portal s Validation page and click the link to resend the validation . Stewart Secure User Guide March
7 3. Go to your and open the validation message. The validation will be from and the subject will read Stewart Secure Notification. To complete the registration process, click the HERE link. Note: If you do not receive the validation , search your Spam or Junk folder in case it was filtered there. The validation expires 60 minutes after it was requested. If you do not validate your within 60 minutes of your request, go back to the Stewart Secure portal s Validation page and click the link to resend the validation . The Stewart Secure inbox opens within Stewart Online or SureClose, and you now have access to view your secured messages. Stewart Online If you are a Stewart Online user, the Stewart Secure Inbox will display on the Secure Messages tab. Note: Once in the Secure Messages tab, you will see a drop-down menu allowing you toggle between your secure inbox and your Stewart Online secure messages inbox. Stewart Secure User Guide March
8 SureClose If you are a SureClose user, the Stewart Secure Inbox will display in the Messages > area. Note: Once in the Messages > area, you will see a drop-down menu allowing you toggle between your secure inbox and your SureClose messages inbox. Logging In If this is your first time to receive a Stewart Secure , you must register before logging in (see the Registering section for more information). After you have created an account, the next time you receive a secure message, the login process is simple. To log in to the Stewart Secure Inbox: 1. Open the secure message in your and click the Open Message button. 2. From the Login page, complete all fields required for logging in. This includes: Username: Enter your registered address, or your Stewart Online or SureClose username. Password: Enter your password. Select the Remember Me checkbox if you want to save your username and password on this computer. Note: If you Logout, you will have to re-enter your address and password the next time you sign in. If you want your username and password to be saved, close the Internet browser without using Logout. Click Login. Stewart Secure User Guide March
9 Note: After three invalid login attempts, the system will lock your account, and a notification will display that your account has been locked. If you registered with your address, click the Request Password link on the Login page to reset your password (see the Reset Your Password section for more information). If you registered with your Stewart Online or SureClose credentials, you will need to contact the Stewart Customer Care Center to unlock your account (see the Technical Support section for more information). The Stewart Secure Inbox opens. If you previously signed into your account, the date and time of your last account access appears on this page as a security precaution. Reset Your Password If you have forgotten or wish to change your password, you will need to reset it. To reset your password: 1. Go to the Stewart Secure Login page by either: Opening the secure message in your and click Open Message. Going directly to the Login page at https://secure .stewart.com. 2. From the Login page, click the Request Password link. Stewart Secure User Guide March
10 3. From the Request a Password page, enter the requested information. If you registered with your address, perform the following steps: Username: Enter your registered address. Click Submit. If you registered with your Stewart Online or SureClose credentials, perform the following steps: Username: Enter your registered Stewart Online or SureClose username. Select the Existing Stewart Online or SureClose User option. Address: Enter the address in which the secure was received. Click Submit. 4. The Validation page will display, notifying you that instructions for completing the password reset process have been sent to your address. 5. Go to your inbox and open the password reset message. The password reset validation will be from and the subject will read Stewart Secure Notification. To complete the password reset process, click the HERE link. Stewart Secure User Guide March
11 Note: If you do not receive the password reset validation , search your Spam or Junk folder in case it was filtered there. The password reset validation expires 60 minutes after it was requested. If you do not validate the password reset within 60 minutes of your request, go back to the Stewart Secure portal s Validation page and click the link to resend the password reset validation The Reset Password page will display and you will need to complete all required fields to register. This includes: New Password: Enter a new password that complies with the password rules displayed. Re-Enter New Password: Re-enter your new password. Click Submit. The Stewart Secure Inbox displays and your new password has been accepted. Stewart Secure User Guide March
12 Navigating After you have successfully created your account, you are ready to navigate in the Stewart Secure Inbox. There are two views of the secure inbox that you may experience. The type of view you see is based on the size of your display area. Full-Size View If you experience the full-size view, use the tabs at the top of the page to navigate in the Stewart Secure Inbox. Compact View If you are on your mobile device or have a smaller display area, you will experience the compact view. In this view, click the down arrow to navigate to the different areas of the Stewart Secure Inbox. Stewart Secure User Guide March
13 Overview of Features No matter which view you experience, the following features are available to you while in the Stewart Secure Inbox: The Inbox lists all of the unexpired, encrypted messages that you have received. From the Inbox, you can select to view the details of each message. Once the message details display, you will have additional options. Sent Mail lists the messages you have sent using the Stewart Secure . You can review the text of sent messages, the intended recipients, and other details about each message. Drafts will display incomplete messages that you have not sent. Messages saved while replying to an message are saved here, as well as messages automatically saved as a draft if your session times out. Note: Your session will time out after 60 minutes of inactivity in the Stewart Secure Inbox and automatically log you out. If you are viewing the inbox from the Stewart Secure portal and not within Stewart Online or SureClose, you will have the following additional features: My Setup allows you to edit or change your name and password. Help displays the online help for the Stewart Secure portal. Logout allows you to end your session in Stewart Secure portal. If you set Remember Me when you logged in, clicking Logout will delete the Remember Me cookie, and require you to enter you username and password the next time you need to view a secure . To keep the Remember Me option turned on, close the browser window without clicking Logout in the navigation menu. The Language selection list allows you to change the language in which the Stewart Secure portal displays. Once you log in, your language preferences are saved and the portal always displays in your chosen language, unless you change the language again. Note: If you select a language other than English, please be aware that only the portal will display in the selected language. The secure message will display in the language in which the was written. Stewart Secure User Guide March
14 Reading and Sending Messages Reading New Messages When a new secure message arrives for you in the Stewart Secure Inbox, you will receive a notification in your inbox. Once you log into Stewart Secure , you will be able to read your secure messages. 1. From the Stewart Secure Inbox, click the Subject of the message you wish to view. Note: The Subject line of all unread secure messages will display in bold text. 2. If your secure message contains any attachments, each attachment will display as a hyperlink in the Attachments section. Click the file name of the attachment you want to view and then follow the browser instructions. Note: If you do not have the program required to open the file, you will not be able to view the file. Stewart Secure User Guide March
15 While viewing the secure message, you will be able to: Reply to the secure message (see the Replying to Messages section for more information) Delete the secure message (see the Deleting Messages section for more information) Save the message and attachments (see the Saving a Message section for more information) View the date and time you Received the message and when the message Expires (see the Message Expiration section for more information) See who the message is from as well as all parties that were sent or copied on the message Replying to Messages You can securely reply to messages that you receive in your Stewart Secure Inbox. You have the option of replying to just the person who sent the message to you, or replying to the sender as well as any other recipients that were included on the message. To reply to a secure message: 1. While viewing the message, click either Reply or Reply All. 2. The Reply message draft displays for you to compose your response. Type your response text below the Attachments field. Select Attach File to attach files to your reply before sending it (see the Attaching Files to a Message for more information). Select Save Draft to save this message reply to the Drafts tab and send it later (see the Saving Messages as Drafts section for more information). Note: You cannot enter additional recipients or change the Subject text of a Reply or Reply All message. 3. Click Send to send your completed reply message. You are returned to your inbox. You can view all secure s you have replied to by selecting the Sent Mail tab. Stewart Secure User Guide March
16 Attaching Files to a Message While replying to a message, you can attach one or more files to be sent with the message. You may attach as many as 10 files up to a total of 15MB. To attach a file to a message you are composing: 1. Click Attach File at the top of the message. 2. From the Attach File screen, click the Browse button to navigate to the file you wish to attach. Note: Depending on your browser, this button may be labeled differently. Stewart Secure User Guide March
17 3. A window will display. Select the file you want to attach by navigating to the folder and highlighting the file name. Then click Open. 4. The selected file will display in the Attach Files field. Click Add File. Stewart Secure User Guide March
18 5. The file will display in the Attachments box. Repeat Steps 2-4 for each file to be attached. Note: If you wish to remove and files you selected as attachments, select the file you wish to remove and click Remove File. 6. When you are finished adding your attachments, click Finish. You are returned to your draft reply with the files attached. To verify that all of your files are attached, select the arrow next to the Attachments drop-down field. All of the attached files are listed. Stewart Secure User Guide March
19 Removing Attachments from a Message To remove an attachment from a message you are composing: 1. Select Update Attachments at the top of the message. 2. From the Attach File screen, complete the following steps: Select the file you want to remove by selecting it in the Attachments field. Click Remove File. 3. When you are finished removing the desired attachments, click Finish. You are returned to the previous page without the attachments you removed. Note: You can also remove a file while composing your message by selecting it from the Attachments drop-down list and selecting Remove File. Stewart Secure User Guide March
20 Message Options Saving Messages as Drafts You can easily save your message as a draft to send at a later time. To save a message as a draft: 1. While replying to a message, click Save Draft. 2. The Drafts tab will display with your saved draft listed. When you want to complete the message, select the Drafts tab and select the Subject of the message to finish composing and send the message. Message Expiration Messages automatically expire 120 days after the secure message was sent, and will be deleted upon expiration. The message expiration date displays in the details of each message you receive. Note: The 120 day expiration count starts the day the secure message was sent, not when you read the message. If you want to keep a copy of the message after its expiration date, you can: Save the message (see the Saving a Message section for more information) Print it (see the Printing section for more information) Stewart Secure User Guide March
21 Saving a Message Secure messages will only display in the Stewart Secure Inbox for 120 days after the message was sent. After 120 days, the message expires and you will no longer have access to it. However, you can save a copy of your messages and any attachments, so you can access them even after they expire and have been removed from your inbox. To save your secure message: 1. While viewing the message you would like to save, click the arrow next to the More Actions selection list. 2. From the More Actions select list, select either: Save Message to save the message as a text file. Save Attachments to create a zip file that contains a copy of the message as a text file as well as copies of all attachments. 3. Follow your browser instructions to save the file to a location you specify. Printing You can print any message in the Stewart Secure Inbox as you would any web page. To print a message or any other page, from your Internet browser, select File > Print. Follow the instructions on the screen to select a printer and print the message. For more information on printing Internet browser pages, see your browser application's Help. Deleting Messages Messages are automatically deleted from your Inbox and Sent Mail tabs when they expire, but you can also delete them before the expiration date. To delete a message: 1. Select the Inbox, Sent Mail or Drafts tab that contains the message you want to delete. 2. Select the check box next to each message you want to delete and click Delete. You can also delete a received or sent message by clicking Delete while viewing the message. Stewart Secure User Guide March
22 The message will be deleted, and once deleted cannot be recovered. Technical Support If you experience any issues with logging in or viewing your secure messages, please contact the Stewart Customer Care Center: For assistance in the U.S., please contact the Stewart Customer Care Center at (877) or Customer Care business hours are Monday Friday, 7:00 a.m. 7:00 p.m. Central. For assistance outside the U.S., please contact Customer Care at or Regular business hours are Monday-Friday, 7:00 a.m. 7:00 p.m. Central. Stewart Secure User Guide March
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