Public agencies want to send your post digitally instead of on paper. There are two providers of digital mailboxes, e-Boks and Digipost. A digital mailbox is a secure digital solution for receiving and storing important post from public agencies. Letters concerning decisions, health information and other sensitive information cannot be sent by normal email. Digital mailboxes are free to set up and use, and let you store letters for as long as you want. You will be notified by text message or email when you receive important post from an agency.
Get a digital mailbox
What is a digital mailbox?
How do I get a digital mailbox?
How do I get a mailbox from Digipost?
How do I get a mailbox from e-Boks?
Why do I have to choose between two mailbox providers?
What do I need to create digital mailbox?
Can I have a shared digital mailbox with my spouse?
Does it cost anything to have a digital mailbox?
Who i responsible for e-Boks and Digipost?
Why did I receive an email about setting up a digital mailbox when I already have one?
Log on to read your mail
Receive mail from public authorities digitally
How do I know I have received digital mail from the public?
Can I swap mailbox provider?
Can I choose to return to mail on paper from the public?
Am I responsible for public mail that I can not open?
What happens if I forget to check my digital mailbox?
What does it mean that digital mail is sent securely?
Can I have two digital mailboxes?
Who is sending letters digitally
Store mail in your digital mailbox
Can I print documents from my digital mailbox?
Can I store mail from my digital mailbox on my personal computer?
Can my digital mailbox become full?
Can my mail from public authorities be deleted?
How long can mail from public authorities be stored in my digital mailbox?
What happens to the mailbox in the event of death?