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Secure E-message

Getting Started
Federal privacy regulations require Wellmark to provide a secure manner for the electronic exchange of confidential information. We partner with ZixCorp for our Secure E-Message system.


The first time Wellmark sends a secure e-message notification to your personal e-mail inbox, you will be asked to validate youre e-mail address.( You will be asked for this validation even if you are already a registered user of


Accessing Your Messages

Here are the steps to access secure e-messages:

  1. If you have a Secure E-Message from Wellmark, you will receive an e-mail in your personal e-mail inbox.
  2. Select the hyperlink in the e-mail. This will launch the Secure E-Message login page in your browser.
  3. Type your user ID and password, then select the Log In button. Your Wellmark Secure E-Message mailbox will return in your browser window.

Things to note:

  • After you have read your secure e-message, you may send a secure e-message reply by selecting the Reply button at the top of the e-message.
  • Secure e-messages are available for 180 days from the sent date. Ater 180 days, the e-messages "expire" and delete out of your Wellmark Secure E-Message mailbox.
  • You may forward a secure e-message to a Wellmark employee. If you try to forward to anyone else, you will receive an error message. Forwarding e-messages is secure.



As a registered user of Wellmark's Secure E-Message services, you can securely access your Wellmark Secure E-Message mailbox at anytime by selecting the link within a Wellmark Secure E-Message notification or by logging in to your Secure E-Message mailbox (does not allow a registration for new account option).


You can do the following:

Read E-Messages From Wellmark

To access and read past e-messages:

  1. Select the Inbox tab. A list of your secure e-messages will return on the page.
  2. Open an e-message by selecting an e-message subject link.
  3. Use the Download button contained within the e-message to read an attachment.


Reply to the Sender

To reply to a Wellmark employee:

  1. Open an e-message.
  2. Select the Reply button to send a secure reply to the sender. A reply form returns on the page with the To and Subject fields automatically completed for you. Note: You may foward a secure e-message to a Wellmark employee. If you try to forward to anyone else, you will receive an error message. Forwarding e-messages is secure.
  3. Type your reply in the Message field.
  4. Options:
    • To attach a document to your reply, select the Attach File button, under the message field, and follow the prompts.
    • To set an e-message priority, select the Down Arrow button on the priority field, then select the appropriate priority.
  5. Select the Send button when you are ready to send your secure e-message.

Obtaining a Direct Connection - Brokers, Employers, and Providers 

Transport Layer Security (TLS) is an easy way to secure a connection over the Internet to facilitate transmissions between Wellmark Blue Cross and Blue Shield's e-mail relay and the e-mail relay of external entities. It's the newest version of secure socket layer (SSL) with enhanced security features — simply put, it establishes a secure "tunnel" over the Internet.


Is TLS a Good Fit for My Company? 

If you answer "yes" to the questions below, then TLS is a good fit for your company.

  • Do you manage your own e-mail relay server?
  • Do you have your own up-to-date SSL/TLS certificate (128-bit version) installed on your e-mail relay server?
  • Does your e-mail system support TLS, and do you have the ability to enable it?
  • Does your work force experience high e-mail volumes?
  • Do you employ multiple users who routinely transmit protected health information (PHI) to Wellmark?

Obtaining a TLS Line 

TLS is low-cost, and certificates (if you do not have one) are easy to obtain, install, and maintain. TLS does not require client-side software, and the end-user is not required to register or log in to open secure e-messages.

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