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Extending email security using
PGP

For
iOS
and
Android
devices, you can extend email security for device users by enabling
PGP
.
PGP
protects email messages on devices using OpenPGP format. Users can sign, encrypt, or sign and encrypt email messages using
PGP
protection when they use a work email address.
PGP
cannot be enabled for personal email addresses.
You enable
PGP
for users in an email profile. You can force
iOS
and
Android
device users to use
PGP
, disallow the use of
PGP
, or make it optional. When
PGP
use is optional (the default setting), a user can enable
PGP
on the device and specify whether to encrypt, sign, or encrypt and sign email messages.
To sign and encrypt email messages, users must store
PGP
keys for each recipient on their devices. Users can store
PGP
keys by importing the files from a work email message.
You can configure
PGP
using the appropriate email profile settings.