Encrypt Email
Encrypt Email
2.0

3.0

Encrypt Email

Encrypt Email

2.004 May 2010

Easily send encrypted emails and attachments.

Encrypt Email
$24.99
04 May 2010

3.0

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Encrypt Email

Encrypt Email

2.004 May 2010

Easily send encrypted emails and attachments.

Overview

Encrypt Mail lets you easily send encrypted emails and attachments.

As Businesses rely increasingly on electronic mail to correspond with co-workers, colleagues and their customers, more sensitive and confidential information is transferred over Internet, and the need for email privacy becomes omnipresent. This is especially true with the high volume of businesses sending invoices as PDF attachments as well as other personal documents. Now more than ever, encryption is the only solution to protect email correspondence from prying eyes.

What is Encrypt Mail?
Perfect for both personal and business use, Encrypt Mail is an easy-to-use client for sending encrypted emails and encrypted attachments. Mac based recipients will receive a DMG password protected file. Windows and Linux based recipients will receive a ZIP password protected archive instead. All contacts are handled in a convenient list separated from Mac OS X's built in Address Book.

Encrypt Mail is an alternative solution to manual encryption or PSE keys. To send a message, simply double-click a person in the contact list and a new message window appears already addressed. To send an encrypted file, drag the file over the recipient's name and check the encryption option. Encrypt Mail will then ask the user to provide a password of the their choice to protect the archive. The application also offers the possibility to anonymize the names of the file attachments to be sent. Encrypt Mail does not store sent files and even has an option to prevent tracking of sent messages.

Feature Highlights:

  • Perfect for Business - Send PDF Invoices, Statements and Personal Correspondence
  • Easy to Use - Send File Attachments via Drag & Drop
  • Support for both .dmg and .zip File Compression

What's new in Encrypt Email

Version 2.0:
  • Gives the user the ability to compose messages with encrypted files for Mail
  • User interface changes making the application more intuitive and easy to use
  • Various code optimizations and improvements to product stability

Requirements for Encrypt Email

  • Mac OS X 10.5.8 or later

4 Reviews

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05 March 2010

Most helpful

Sure wish this app was a Mail.app Bundle -- not as user friendly having a separate app...
Like (2)
Version 1.0
30 March 2013
Like
Version 2.0
30 January 2013
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Version 2.0
07 January 2013
APIMac has not come out with a new version of update for two years. This no longer works in OX X.7 or 8. You can sort of force it to work without an address book and you can not BCC yourself or you will lose the email. If you have an old OS, it works outstandingly well. Otherwise it's crap and we paid for 5 licenses...
Like (1)
Version 2.0
1 answer(s)
Maksi
07 January 2013
Note that after a lot of digging, APIMac did come out with a newer 2.2 version but you can not go to their web site for it, you have to get it through the Mac store. Testing it now and so far, so good.
Like (2)
05 March 2010
Sure wish this app was a Mail.app Bundle -- not as user friendly having a separate app...
Like (2)
Version 1.0
1 answer(s)
Apimac
18 January 2012
Hi Libertyforall1776, the app is a client to send emails so you need not be integrated into other email clients. However, we added an option to attach the latest version encrypted files directly to Mail. For your needs we suggest you try the free solution PGP (Pretty Good Privacy).
Like (1)
$24.99

3.0

Category:

Internet

Email

Developer Website:
DownloadMacUpdateInstall with MacUpdate

Downloaded & Installed 3,181 times

$24.99

3.0

Category:

Internet

Email

Developer Website:
DownloadMacUpdateInstall with MacUpdate

Downloaded & Installed 3,181 times

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4 Reviews

Rate this app:

05 March 2010

Most helpful

Sure wish this app was a Mail.app Bundle -- not as user friendly having a separate app...
Like (2)
Version 1.0
30 March 2013
Like
Version 2.0
30 January 2013
Like
Version 2.0
07 January 2013
APIMac has not come out with a new version of update for two years. This no longer works in OX X.7 or 8. You can sort of force it to work without an address book and you can not BCC yourself or you will lose the email. If you have an old OS, it works outstandingly well. Otherwise it's crap and we paid for 5 licenses...
Like (1)
Version 2.0
1 answer(s)
Maksi
07 January 2013
Note that after a lot of digging, APIMac did come out with a newer 2.2 version but you can not go to their web site for it, you have to get it through the Mac store. Testing it now and so far, so good.
Like (2)
05 March 2010
Sure wish this app was a Mail.app Bundle -- not as user friendly having a separate app...
Like (2)
Version 1.0
1 answer(s)
Apimac
18 January 2012
Hi Libertyforall1776, the app is a client to send emails so you need not be integrated into other email clients. However, we added an option to attach the latest version encrypted files directly to Mail. For your needs we suggest you try the free solution PGP (Pretty Good Privacy).
Like (1)