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Activating the HIPAA Conduit it states will do the following:
You understand, acknowledge, and agree that the RingCentral Office HIPAA Conduit setting will disable texting through the applicable RingCentral Office, Fax, or Professional account and attachment of voicemail and facsimile/email messages to message notification emails sent by RingCentral to you.
1. Since the emails are sent via TLS encryption why does activating the HIPAA Conduit disabled the fax and voicemail attachment feature?
2. Is the issue related to where the messages are stored? If active is it on an encrypted server?
3. If not active how is it stored? Is the server safe behind a firewall etc?