How can I schedule the file(s) that I have uploaded through email?

To do this, you need to use the subject of the email. There are 4 possible cases:

  • schedule an immediate release after your death: in this case the email subject needs to look like this: for NAME immediately, where NAME is either the first name or the nick name of one of your Recipients.
  • schedule a release X days after your death: in this case the email subject needs to look like this: for NAME after NB-DAYS days, where NAME is either the first name or the nick name of one of your Recipients and NB-DAYS the number of days we need to wait before releasing the document.
  • schedule a release at a specific date: in this case the email subject needs to look like this: for NAME on DATE, where NAME is either the first name or the nick name of one of your Recipients and DATE the date you want the document to be released.
  • schedule a release annually at the same date: in this case the email subject needs to look like this: for NAME every DATE-OF-YEAR for NB-YEARS years, where NAME is either the first name or the nick name of one of your Recipients, DATE-OF-YEAR the date you want the document to be released each year (e.g. 4-jul) and NB-YEARS the number of years you want to us to continue delivering this file for.
  • schedule a release at a specific date even if you are alive: this is what we call Time Capsule. In this case the email subject needs to look like this: for NAME time capsule on DATE, where NAME is either the first name or the nick name of one of your Recipients and DATE the date you want the document to be released. (see Time Capsule FAQ for more details).

The subject content is not case sensitive.

As a reminder, the files that have been uploaded by email will have to be enabled on the ‘My Files’ page in order to be released if you pass away.

 

Categories: Files & Documents, Scheduling
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