It is a mail client that can do End-to-end
The content of your email cannot be read by email
service provider like gmail.com, outlook.com, as well as the transportation guys like
AT&T or Verizon.
Right now, emails are like post card. The email
service provider can read or dig your email content. Our app will give your email an
envelop and can only be en-encrypted/opened by the reciever.
What's the requirement for using NetEnvelop?
It support IMAP and POP3 mail protocol, can work with most of the email box
like yahoo, gmail, outlook.com/homtmail.com.
The sender and
reciever should both using NetEnvelop to receive and send encrypted emails.
Right now, NetEnvelop only have android implementation. So you can only send/receive
encrypted email with Android user via NetEnvelop.
What's the difference of NetEnvelop and other mail
From user perspective, this mail client only have an
extral check box to let you choose whether to send encrypted email. Other than that,
the usage of the NetEnvelop and other mail clients have no difference.
Do I need to extra setup steps when using NetEnvelop?
theory, you do not need to do any extra things.
After you setup your
email account, NetEnvelop will send you an email to verify your ownership of the email
account. After NetEnvelop APP read the verifying email, it will automatically finish the
But in the case this verifying email is be treated as junk
mail by your email account, you should move it to the inbox. And you might need to go to
Encryption Management to create new key for the email account.
Can I use desktop to process my encrypted emails?
NetEnvelop, you can protect your privacy via protect your phone. Without take your phone
physically, no one can read the content of your email.
To realize this point,
we choose to not providing way to read the on Desktop.
to read your email every where by bring your phone with you and protect your phone. We
have provided an chrome plugin to write emails on desktop.
I got a new android phone, how I can make my new phone read old email?
In the old phone, click "Export Keys" menu in "Encryption Management"
interface, and copy the exported file to the new phone.
Then in the new phone,
do "Import Keys".
Any recommended action for me to make my privacy more secure?
● Protect your phone, setup lock screen password, install Android
● In NetEnvelop's Encryption Management interface,
re-create keys for your email account every month.
● When you lost
your phone, login Android Device Manager and erase all data on the phone.;
What if I do not want any one can de-encrypt the email?
In "Encryption Management" interface, click "Clear All Keys" menu. After you confirm the
action, no one include yourself can no longer de-encrypted the old emails.
I am using iPhone, do you have an IOS version NetEnvelop?
Please send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org,
we will contact with you when NetEnvelop on IOS is ready.