Setup ZSentry for Cloud Clients: Final Step

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. An account with a Cloud Client provider; it does not have to use the same Email Address that you want to secure with ZSentry.
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Google Apps / Gmail

Expand / Collapse Setup Google Apps / Gmail: Simplified Instructions
PDF to printSetup Google Apps / Gmail: Simplified Instructions in PDF (print-friendly, click if you can't see the PDF)

How-To Send, Read, Reply and Save Securely: ZSentry + Google How-To »

Do more with ZSentry for Gmail: Personalize your Gmail account and use only a Web browser to send, read, store, reply, and manage encrypted as well as regular messages for email, texting (SMS), and other choices. Use with a custom email address for your company. Also works with Mail clients in the desktop and phones, with further benefits.

Digitally certify and use with your-own-domain email address or Gmail, Yahoo Mail, iCloud, MS Live, MS Outlook, other ISPs, and other email addresses of your choice. Encrypt, timestamp, and digitally sign emails, attachments, and documents to send, read, share, or store, for example in Google Docs/Drive and Calendar, including from fax / scanners and voicemail. Add your Organization Name for business branding when your recipients read and reply to your secure email, offer your recipients the complimentary ZSentry Secure Quick Reply, improve workflow with the ZSentry API, and automatically use the ZSentry Secure Vault for archiving. Enable sending secure SMS (texting), optional Centralized ZSentry Signup (for more than 10 users, no user needs to know their access codes), optional Centralized ZSentry Secure Vault, further customization, and other ZSentry features to improve the utility, security, mobility, and usability of your Gmail account.

Do more with ZSentry for Google Apps: Same as above.

Apple

iCloud: ZSentry can increase the utility and security of the iCloud in iPhone, iPad, iPod, Mac, and non-Apple devices. For example, you can set an iPhone to use iCloud to receive all email and send regular email, while the ZSentry account uses the device's Mail app to send secure email (and receives no email). More information at ZSentry for Mail Clients »

Microsoft

Hosted Exchange on MS Office 365: ZSentry can increase the utility and security of both environments in cooperation. For example, you can set an Android phone to use Office 365 through Exchange to receive all email and send regular email, while the ZSentry account uses the device's Mail app to send secure email (and receives no email). More information at ZSentry for Mail Clients »

SMS / texting (all clients)

Choose and setup your Cloud client first. Then, go to ZSentry SMS»

Fax / Voicemail (all clients)

Go first to ZSentry fax / voicemail» then apply the item General Instructions in the Mail Client setup» to your device. For privacy reasons, do not setup using a Cloud client.

Zoho

Expand / CollapseZoho Mail: Simplified Instructions

FastMail

Expand / CollapseFastMail: Simplified Instructions


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