How to Send & Receive Encrypted Email | GoDaddy Help

How to Send & Receive Encrypted Email | GoDaddy Help

Hi my name is Josh, and today I’m going
to walk you through a demo of the Godaddy Email Encryption service which is Powered
by Proofpoint. The demo will show the user experience from
both the Sender and the Recipient perspectives. The Godaddy Email Encryption service comes
with a default policy where users are instructed to type the word [encrypt] in square brackets
into the subject line any time they want to send an encrypted message. So as you can see I’m creating a message
that I want to send encrypted to Noirin who works at my local bank. I’ve added the word [encrypt] in square
brackets into the subject line, and I’ve attached a file that I want to send to them. Now that the email has been sent, you’ll
notice that the encryption service has sent me a confirmation email letting me know that
my message was sent encrypted. When Noirin opens her email you will see that
she has received a notification email letting her know that she’s received an encrypted
email from me, with instructions to click on the “view encrypted email” button. When Noirin clicks the button it will open
a browser and take her to the Proofpoint secure mail portal, where she will need to log in
in order to view the encrypted message. If she is a first time user of the service
she will have to create a password and register. Please note that we do have strict password
requirements at this stage. After registering Noirin will receive a confirmation
email that when clicked will take her to the secure cloud portal. She will then be able to log in and view the
encrypted email, she can download the file that was attached, and she can reply to the
message. The reply will come all the way through to
my inbox, where I won’t have to login to the secure mail portal to view the reply. This concludes our demo, thanks for watching.

3 thoughts on “How to Send & Receive Encrypted Email | GoDaddy Help

  1. You know what!? I actually like it. Encryption is what matters. Not the steps. Idc about the steps. I love this add-on.

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