Filebolt Gmail Encryption Extension for Encrypting Emails
– Filebolt License
– Filebolt Version 1.9 or higher
– Windows or Mac OS
– Google Chrome
Click the following link to web store to install Filebolt Gmail Encryption extension to your chrome.
Click “ADD TO CHROME” button on the top right corner of the modal.
After successfully adding Filebolt Gmail Encryption to your chrome, chrome asks your permission to perform certain actions. Granting us the permission to add attachments to your email messages is required so our software can bring encrypted files to the email messages. Permission to communicate to native Filebolt application is required, we share your encrypted file from Filebolt native application to the extension.
Gmail attachment encryption tutorial
Start the encryption process by pressing the small Filebolt icon subsequent to the send button.
Choose a file you wish to encrypt.
Choose a password to protect your file from unauthorized access, press “Attach” button or enter afterwards
If you wish you can copy the password to your clipboard by pressing “copy to clipboard”. If the following modal won’t popup, you might have forgotten to enter a password. If you wish to make sure the password is correct, you can view it by pressing on the small eye icon.
All done, your file has been protected.
Opening Filebolt website
Press the Filebolt icon in the top right corner of Chrome window. Which will open a menu. Press the Filebolt Icon from the menu to open the Filebolt website
Press the Filebolt icon in the top right corner of Chrome window. Which will open a menu. Press the second button with the text “How To” to open this tutorial of Filebolt Gmail Extension
Opening Default Filebolt Application
Press the Filebolt icon in the top right corner of Chrome window. Which will open a menu. Press the last button with the text “Open my Filebolt” to open default Filebolt Application