for G Suite / for Office 365
These are the updates released on June 2018 for the Secure Transfer.
We have added a new feature that gathers email addresses of users who download files from URLs created on "Send Files".
If the "Identity Verification" feature is enabled, you can check the email addresses of users who have downloaded files. Since this configuration can be changed by HENNGE, please contact the Customer Success Guide if desired.
If "Identity Verification" is enabled
When a file receiver downloads a file, they are required to enter their email address on the "Identity Verification" screen that pops up. The file can be downloaded after entering a verification code that is sent to the email address.
The file sender can check email addresses of users who downloaded the file in the log of "Sent Files".
*Two types of configurations, "Enable" or "Enable(forced)", are available to enable the feature.
"Enable" ･･･ A file sender can choose whether or not to gather email addresses each time.
"Enable(forced)"･･･ The identity verification is always required.
"Identity Verification Cookie Expiration Days" settings
You can set how long a web browser keeps user verification data using "Identity Verification Cookie Expiration Days" setting. (1 -90 days)
During the "Identity Verification Cookie Expiration Days" period, a file receiver can download a file without re-entering their email address and verification code on the same browser.
The value can be changed by a Secure Transfer administrator on the "Management" screen .
Please refer to "What are the available configurations that can be made on HENNGE Secure Transfer?" for the procedure.
In addition, a file receiver can choose not to keep the verification data by un-checking the item on the "Identity Verification" screen.