- If the sender enters the words ‘encrypted’ or ‘encrypt’ into the email's line, then the message is encrypted when sent to the recipient.
- If the message contains a Social Security Number (SSN) or Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA) number, the message will be encrypted when sent to the recipient.
What will the recipient see:
Recipients do not receive the encrypted emails within their inboxes. Instead, they will receive an email with a link that allows them to read the email on a webpage hosted within the customer's Office 365 tenant.
The recipient will receive a message like this:
When the recipient launched the attachment, they will be redirected to a page like this:
Which redirects them to a login page:
If the recipient uses the single-use code, it expires after 15 minutes, and they will need to go through the above chain again to request another single-use code. This does require extra steps for the recipient in order to provide this encryption service.