ZSentry APIMicrosoft Exchange Server
SMTP servers / Linux

Easily increase utility and security with Exchange Server.

  • NO MESSAGE SCANNING, DLP (Data Loss/Leak Prevention) is provided after encryption
  • Your data is protected by end-to-end encryption, onsite, online, and at rest
  • The user and not ZSentry or Exchange holds the keys
  • No protected data is permanently stored with ZSentry, although encrypted
  • Secure two-factor login
  • HIPAA and regulatory compliance
  • Reach any user device securely with anyway mobility
Less work for IT and users, with improved cloud usability and security, NO CHANGES» to services, devices, software, carrier, MX or other DNS records. Create more value, with dozens of new productivity functions» including FREE Secure Read & Reply for your recipients. Use with any mix of email, webmail, SMS (texting), fax, voicemail, calendar, web forms, file storage, cloud service and more.
Works with Microsoft Exchange Server.

Never bother sending passwords.

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Since 2000, Microsoft Exchange Server extensively uses standards-based SMTP, the same standard used by ZSentry.

You can define SMTP connectors in Exchange, both sending and receiving, using SSL and port 465. Exchange SMTP connectors are fully compatible with the ZSentry API.

ZSentry can work with Exchange, through Exchange, and directly with clients. You choose which model to use.

For example, depending on who you are sending to, you can select to use Exchange as a non-SSL mail relay, to send the message after it is encrypted by ZSentry. Or, you can select to send in SSL to Exchange, which then defines whether or not to encrypt using ZSentry, and how to send it, all based on some policy you defined in Exchange.

You Will Need To Use
  1. Your Email Address, where you receive email. You can use any provider. This account defines the email address that you will send secure email From. The Email Address is not hosted by ZSentry; and your email will not be routed through ZSentry.
  2. A ZSentry account for your Email Address (see above). If you do not yet have a ZSentry account, go to signup»
  3. The PASS for your ZSentry account (the PASS is not your ZSentry Password) to use the SMTP server. If you do not have the PASS, you can get it online. Go to item #3 in Help for New Users»
  4. A Web Browser (best with Firefox, Safari, Chrome)
  5. The desired Exchange Server.
To connect your Mail client to the SMTP server in Exchange, open the item "SSL SMTP IN ANY MAIL CLIENT, ANY OS. GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS." in Setup Instructions»

Questions? Request a Support Ticket if you need help.
Main Technical Notes
Overview   Key Features   ZSentry App   ZSentry Client   API   Smart IT   SAML & SSO
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