Decree Law 185/08 introduced the requirement for Companies, Professionals and Public Administrations to establish a “virtual” version of the registered office via Certified Electronic Mail.
PEC is a fast, secure and inexpensive means of communication with the same legal validity guaranteed by traditional paper means (Registered Mail), which, in addition to being a system of transporting computerized documents very similar to the traditional e-mail service, gives the possibility of obtaining a certain, legally valid acknowledgement that the message has been delivered to the recipient.
- Can be used from any location connected to the Internet
- It has legal value
- Its delivery is immediate
- There is certification of shipment, receipt
- The content of the message is unalterable
The User is connected to the Cabinet (or Distribution Cabinet) via the copper pair in VDSL2 technology. The Cabinet is then bound to the Fiber Optic reference station. Finally, the circuit is transported through the private backhauling network and delivered to Timenet’s NOC in Milan, Italy, from where it accesses the Internet.
fiber VDSL FTTC operating diagram
Fiber 30, 50, 100 and 10/10 connections are issued to the user with VDSL2 Rate Adaptive technology, i.e., the actual speed of the connection adapts according to the line quality parameters: distance between the customer’s location and the cabinet, copper quality, etc.
PEC mailbox on certiposta.net
mailbox size 1 Gb
attachments: up to 50 Mb
recipient lists: up to 50
|* Free for Customers who have active fee service with Timenet otherwise the annual fee is €49.00|
Customer domain or subdomain certification
The certified mailbox is activated on a Customer-owned domain, such as email@example.com, or on one of its subdomains, such as firstname.lastname@example.org