1. Add a settings name. That is for you to identify an account from which you got a mail message if you have several ones
2. Add a user name — full e-mail address. After setting the user name, the application will try to detect server settings — IMAP server, SMTP server and SMTP port.
3. Add the password you use to log in to the e-mail account. If you use the GMAIL service, SenseMail will ask you to log in to GMAIL and save the settings. There is no need to enter a password here, and SenseMail won't store it.
4. Add a nick — a name that your recipients will see in their message list
5. If we cannot find the mail server settings, enter them manually. Consult your e-mail service provider to get those settings
6. Hit the "Save" button
7. Do additional account setup, if you use two factor authentication:
Every e-mail provider has its way to get an app-specific password. Please, refer to you e-mail service provider for exact instructions.
For example, Yahoo explains it here - https://help.yahoo.com/kb/generate-separate-password-sln15241.html
for Outlook mail read instructions here - https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/help/12409/microsoft-account-app-passwords-two-step-verification.
For AOL mail read it here - https://help.aol.com/articles/2-factor-authentication-stronger-than-your-password-alone
For GMAIL service you don't need to do it - we use OAuth 2.0 authentication that asks you to login to GMAIL and handles all of these.
A certificate is a powerful tool to protect your messages. It allows using the full power of a 256-bit key.
For each of your contacts, you can set up a certificate. This certificate is stored locally on your device. To keep it safe, SenseMail writes the certificate encrypted with a password. So when you send or receive a message from a person on your contact list, you need to enter that password, decrypt a certificate and use it to access a message.
To be on the safe side, we suggest that you use a unique password for every contact you have. So if one of the keys gets compromised, the others are not.
You can easily change a password for a certificate. Simply re-save it with a new password.
Setting up a certificate is quite straightforward.
On a device A:
1a. Add a person to your contact list.
2a. Tap the "View or add a new certificate"
3a. Generate a new certificate.
4a. Save the certificate with a password. Remember that password, you will need it to send and receive messages from that contact!
Now you have a certificate, and you need the other party to scan it. The QR presentation of a certificate is protected with a random password. Every time you open it, the password is different. You cannot view a QR-code and a password at the same time for security reasons.
On a device B:
1b. The other party should add your address to the address book.
2b. Tap the "View or add a new certificate"
3b. Tap the "Scan QR" and scan the code.
4b. Enter the password from the device A (field Pwd).
5b. Save the certificate with a new password
Now you both have the matching keys but saved with different passwords. When you send a new message and enter a password, SenseMail will search for a certificate. If the password is not correct, it asks you to enter it again or use that password instead of your certificate.
Should you have any questions or need any further information, do not hesitate to contact us.
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