Apple has rolled out an update for its iPhone app that allows users to send and receive encrypted email and faxes over the internet.
The new version, which is available now for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch, has added a new feature called Boxxers Email and fax app, which lets users send encrypted emails and fax messages to and from their Boxxed phones.
Users can select the Boxx app on the iPhone’s Settings menu, tap the “Add Boxx” button, and then click “Add.”
The app will then add an “email-fax” button in the upper right corner.
To add the Boxxxer app, click the “Phone Extractor” button next to the email-fax button.
The Boxxx app will open and offer a new dialog that shows a box with the phone number and email address that you wish to send the encrypted message to.
The phone app will also prompt you to enter a password for your iPhone.
You can use this password to authenticate the message.
To receive the encrypted email or fax message, simply tap the message and press the “Send” button.
This will bring up a new box that allows you to add the desired email-mail and faxed message to your phone.
To confirm the send, tap “OK.”
To remove the message from your phone, tap and hold on the message in the box.
After the message is removed from the phone, you will be prompted to confirm that you want to delete it.
You should then be able to view the message on the Boxxxx app, and tap “Delete” to return to the Box xer email and/or fax app.
Once you are done, the message will be gone from your device.