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To get started with MailCloak for Mail Clients, run the installer and then turn on MailCloak:
Exchange your key
- In order to send encrypted email with MailCloak, or any PGP or GPG compatible encryption system, you must first exchange your public key with your communications partner. Your public key will be used to encrypt email so that only you can read it. You will then use the combination of your private key and your password to decrypt it.
- Sending someone your public key is automatic once MailCloak is turned on.
- When the recipient receives your public key, it will be added to their keychain, and they will automatically send you an encrypted reply with their public key.
You can try testing MailCloak by sending us email firstname.lastname@example.org and we'll get back to you with our public key within 24 hours. When we reply, our reply will be encrypted (because we now have your public key) and when you receive our message you will automatically import our public key. Go ahead and reply to our message to send encrypted email. At this point MailCloak will ask for your password, and when you click OK, MailCloak will encrypt and send your email.
Now you're ready to try it with your contacts!
Go ahead and send them an invitation. If you leave MailCloak on when you send email, it will automatically send invitations with outgoing mail.
The invitation looks like this:
When a user gets an invitation, they can click on the envelope and they will automatically be sent to the MailCloak installation page. They then install MailCloak and restart their browser. When they open the email you just sent them, your public key will automatically be imported, and the first message they send you will be encrypted and contain their public key.
NOTE: Please do not send important data with MailCloak before verifying a test message to the recipient gets encrypted.