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The DeliverySlip Crypto-Gateway connects with Microsoft 365 to help cast a wider net for data leakage protection. It is offered as a cloud service, and it is designed to emulate the ‘old school’ secure email gateways (or what we like to call, gateway-style DLP). It sits in-line between your mail server and the DeliverySlip API to offer high availability processing. For users, this translates into transparent outbound encryption, with all secure messages stored decrypted in the mail server. Both internal and external guest users continue to benefit from all the same DeliverySlip apps, plug-ins and mobile access.
Your Microsoft Office 365 administrator can set this up within minutes without any MX record changes required. The DeliverySlip Crypto-Gateway is a public service available at g.deliveryslip.com and will ignore all traffic unless the source of the traffic has been ‘whitelisted’ with DeliverySlip. This URL is configured behind an Azure traffic manager to assure that regional traffic is routed through the correct jurisdiction. The connection to the DeliverySlip Crypto Gateway service is done using SMTP via port 25. The STMP session must use the STARTTLS command to assure the SMTP messages are transmitted securely.
The following steps describe how to configure a simple Office 365 Connector and Transport Rule that will route messages with #secure in the subject line to the DeliverySlip Crypto-Gateway.
To get started, the following information is necessary so the DeliverySlip Crypto-Gateway can receive messages from your email provider:
Once identified, please send this information to email@example.com for configuration. Once configured, the sending mail service can be configured to route messages to the Crypto-Gateway service.
The simplest way to get going is to set up a routing rule to send all emails containing ‘#secure’ in the subject line to be sent secure. The transport rule required for this set-up is available with all Office 365 subscriptions and does not require the E3 license with DLP functions. Once configured, the DeliverySlip Crypto-Gateway service will effectively become a gateway-style encryption set-up and used as an outbound gateway for sending secure messages. Emails are received from an Exchange Online via an Exchange Connector. Transport Rules within the Office 365/Exchange Online environment will route the messages to the outbound Connector that then deliver the message to the Crypto-Gateway.
Create New Connector in Office 365:
Create new Transport Rule in Office 365
Below are steps to set up a simple Transport Rule that will route messages with #secure in the subject line to the DeliverySlip Crypto-Gateway.
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