Difference between revisions of "How to send an encrypted email"

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==Sending an encrypted e-mail==
 
==Sending an encrypted e-mail==
1. Compose a new message in Office 365
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*1. Compose a new message in Office 365
2. Add #mclaencrypt somewhere in the subject line of the e-mail
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*2. Add #mclaencrypt somewhere in the subject line of the e-mail
  
 
==Recieving an encrypted email==
 
==Recieving an encrypted email==
1.The recipient must downlaod and open the message.html attachment that comes with the encrypted message.
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*1.The recipient must downlaod and open the message.html attachment that comes with the encrypted message.
2.Click on 'one time passcode'  
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*2.Click on 'one time passcode'  
3.Check email for the passcode that will be sent in a separate email
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*3.Check email for the passcode that will be sent in a separate email
4.Enter the passcode into the message.html
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*4.Enter the passcode into the message.html
5.Encrypted email will now be viewable.
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*5.The encrypted email will now be viewable.

Latest revision as of 02:13, 11 May 2020

Sending an encrypted e-mail

  • 1. Compose a new message in Office 365
  • 2. Add #mclaencrypt somewhere in the subject line of the e-mail

Recieving an encrypted email

  • 1.The recipient must downlaod and open the message.html attachment that comes with the encrypted message.
  • 2.Click on 'one time passcode'
  • 3.Check email for the passcode that will be sent in a separate email
  • 4.Enter the passcode into the message.html
  • 5.The encrypted email will now be viewable.