Email addresses which have all been verified in the most recent round (November 2017) as active with the recipient(s) and timescale of replies are marked [V] in the email advice lines document below:
Previously verified email addresses are not included in the table. This is where the test email was sent but a reply was not received in the latest round.
If you have other working emails, please submit them to email@example.com and they will be checked in the next round.
*Please note that not all of the emails in the list are NHS.net addresses and caution should be exercised about sharing patient sensitive data with non-secure email addresses.
However, organisations with email systems within the government secure intranet need no further encryption when sending an email to an address within the secure intranet. The full list of secure email suffixes is below:
- .cjsm.net (Criminal and Justice)
- .gcsx.gov.uk (Local Government/Social Services)
- .gse.gov.uk (Central Government)
- .gsi.gov.uk (Central Government including Department of Health)
- .gsx.gov.uk (Central Government)
- .hscic.gov.uk (The Health and Social Care Information Centre)
- .mod.uk (Military)
- .nhs.net (NHSmail)
- .pnn.police.uk (Police)
- .scn.gov.uk (Criminal and Justice)
Further info is available at: https://digital.nhs.uk/nhsmail/secure-email-standard