Why set an access code for a new PUSH contact?

We debated this back and forth: should an access code be required for a new PUSH contact? It’s really not needed since PUSH is all about sending messages to a recipient’s smartphone.

But to make things simple we thought requiring it would be best.

Why?  What if down the line you decide to send reports, a pay stub or other files to this contact? It may get confusing to think: do they have an access code? Do I need to set them up with one? etc…

Plus anyone receiving PUSH messages can sign into your FileGuardian Post Office to view their PUSH message history in the “View History” area.

So for now, the access code is required — though probably it’ll never be used!