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This tab allows you to define settings for CS4N messages created manually by the users.

 

 

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Email encryption

Select how Cryptshare should handle the body field and the file attachments of the message. This option only has an effect on messages created manually by the users.

The feature to send messages as .EML files is only available on Domino 8.5.x or higher.

Selectable by sender

The sender of the Cryptshare message can decide for each message which contents to send encrypted.

Send e-mail text and attachments securely

The e-mail (text and attachments) is converted into an .EML file and provided for download on the Cryptshare server. The recipient receives a standard notification including a download link.

Send attachments securely

The e-mail is sent as a standard unencrypted internet e-mail. Its attachments are detached and provided to the recipient securely via Cryptshare.

Password options for messages created manually.

These password options only apply for messages created manually in the CS4N application.

Always send without setting a password

No password options are visible to the sender when creating a message. Cryptshare automatically generates a password which is sent to the recipient as part of the download link. The recipient can download the message by clicking on the link without having to enter a password.

Note: This options offers only a low level of security. The files are stored encrypted on the Cryptshare server, but anybody who gets hold of the notification message can immediately download the files as not separate password needs to be provided by the recipient.

Always use auto-generated password

No password options are visible to the sender when creating a message. The password is generated by the system automatically and provided to the sender.

The recipient can retrieve the files by clicking on the link and entering the correct password. Sender and recipient need to exchange the password on a separate way, e.g. by phone.

Manual and automatic passwords

Both options are available to the sender when creating the message.

The password can be created automatically by the system or the sender can enter a password of his choice. In both cases the password will be sent to the sender via e-mail for confirmation.

The recipient can retrieve the files by clicking on the link and entering the correct password. Sender and recipient need to exchange the password on a separate way, e.g. by telephone.

Manual passwords, automatic passwords and send without setting a password

All three password options are available to the sender when creating the message.

The password can be entered by the sender or can be auto-generated by the system. In both cases the password is sent to the sender via e-mail for confirmation.

The recipient can retrieve the files by clicking on the link and entering the correct password. Sender and recipient need to exchange the password on a separate way, e.g. by telephone.

Using the third option, no password has to be set by the sender. The recipient can download the files without having to enter a password. The password is created automatically by the system and sent to the recipient as part of the download link. It is applied automatically when clicking the link. Please note that this option offers only a low security level.

Bcc fieldIf the "hide" option is turned on, the blind copy (bcc) field is not available to the sender when creating a message.

 


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