2016 In 2016, more than 2.3 million documents was signed digitally via e-Boks. e-Boks now offers payment of bills directly in e-Boks, which makes it easier to remember to pay on time.
2015 e-Boks launches e-Boks.se and now provides all Swedes with a secure place to store all that is important and private. Meanwhile e-Boks reaches 11 million users in the Nordics.
2014 e-Boks wins contract for the Norwegian government for delivery of a secure digital post solution to Norwegians. Launch of a new and improved e-Boks with positive feedback from users. e-Boks reaches user no. 5 million in Denmark, and a partnership is entered with Team Danmark.
2013 e-Boks reaches user number 4 million in Denmark.
2012 e-Boks launches e-Boks.no and offers all Norwegians a secure digital location for important documents. A new graphic design of e-Boks.dk is also created.
2011 e-Boks achieves 3 million users in Denmark, is established in the Norwegian market and launches a new logo, as well as an English version of the site. The e-Boks app is also introduced.
2010 In the Computerworld Top 100, e-Boks wins the categories “Denmark's best software company” and “Denmark’s best industry software company”. e-Boks passes the 2.7 million user mark in Denmark and becomes the title sponsor of the e-Boks Sony Ericsson Open at Farum.
2009 The e-Boks system is exported to the Basque Country. e-Boks is awarded the e-market prize 2009, wins the tender for the State Document Box and passes 2 million users. e-Boks is chosen as the best IT company in Denmark.
2008 e-Boks reaches 1,5 million Danish users and receives prize for "Best software company" in Computerworld's Top 100. There are 500 private and public companies that send post via e-Boks. e-Boks becomes the new main sponsor of tennis player Caroline Wozniacki.
2006 e-boks.dk launches a new design and new features, and the number of users reaches one million.
2005 All State payslips are now sent out via e-Boks.
2004 e-Boks now offers Digital Signature, and an agreement with Denmark’s largest telecom company, TDC, is reached.
2003 e-Boks reaches a quarter of a million users.
2002 e-Boks is awarded the e-market prize, and Funen County becomes the first county to use e-Boks for employee payslips. In June, PostNord becomes a co-owner of e-Boks and its sponsorship of the Danish women’s national handball team, which wins the European Championships, doubles the number of e-Boks registrations.
2001 e-Boks opens and the major "farewell" campaign is launched. The aim is to achieve 350,000 e-Boks users.