Decrypt a Password encrypted Email.

To decrypt an email that has been sent to you with Password encryption, it stands to reason that you need to know the Password.  However, Mirracrypt makes it convenient to decrypt Password Encrypted messages you receive regularly from the same sender by providing secure storage of the passwords for each sender and an option to automatically decrypt a message when it is received.  The security of this ensured because no one else can access your Mirracrypt settings without the password required to start or login to Mirracrypt.

If you are logged-in to Mirracrypt (or you have enabled the Auto-Login option) and you have saved the password used by the Sender, any message you receive will be automatically decrypted.  In other words, you don't have to do anything to decrypt the message without any compromise to the security of your message from the time it leaves the sender's email program until you receive it on your computer and decrypt it.

If you are not logged-in to Mirracrypt and have not enabled the Auto-Login option, decrypting a message is still easy.  Just click the 'Decrypt Message" icon on the Outlook toolbar. 


If you are not logged-in to Mirracrypt, you will be prompted to enter your Login password.  After entering the correct password, the message will be decrypted if you have saved the Sender's password, otherwise you will be prompted to enter the Sender's password to decrypt the message.

Enter a password for decryption

The Sender's password can be saved to automate the decryption of future messages received from the same Sender.