Steps to Decrypt Outlook Emails (SMIME / OpenPGP)

A Step by Step Guide to Decrypt Outlook Emails Encrypted in SMIME / OpenPGP Encryption. Remove Encryption from Outlook Emails to Save Protected Emails in PST, MSG, EML, HTML or Office 365.


Email Decryption

Check "Remove Encryption" option to decrypt SMIME / OpenPGP Encrypted emails in selected PST file.

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Checking Remove Encryption Option opens a new window "Add Encryption Details". Select the Key Type. Two options are available; Single Key and Multiple key.

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Now select Encryption Type and provide other essential details. Two Encryption options are available.


Encryption Types


STEP 1

For Single key Type, check Single Key option.

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Note: Steps for Multiple Keys are described on Step No. 6.


STEP 2

Select the Encryption Type "SMIME".

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STEP 3

Inserting the address location of Encryption Certificate file in respective textbox of "Key File Path". Click on the "..." button.

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STEP 4

Now, Browse the required Encryption Certificate, select it and click on "Open" button.

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The Path of the certificate selected will be displayed in the corresponding textbox to the "..." button.

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STEP 5

Enter the Password provided at the time of attaining Digital Signature (Certificates for Encryption) for emails in Outlook.

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Press Done button.



STEP 6

For Multiple key Type, check Multiple Key option.

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STEP 7

To provide Multiple Keys, press on Sample CSV File to generate sample .csv file.

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Edit the sample CSV file. Insert the address location of the certificate and its repective password in a row as shown below.

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Save the sample CSV file in the desired location.

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STEP 8

For chosing the saved file (in step no. 7) click on the "..." button.

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STEP 9

Now, Browse the CSV file, select it and click on "Open" button.

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STEP 10

Path of the selected file will displayed on textbox corresponding to "..." button. Press "Done".

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Completed the Procedure to Decrypt Outlook Emails encrypted in SMIME. You will be taken to the previous Windows. Continue the steps to Repair & Recover Outlook PST files.


STEP 1

Select the Encryption Type "OpenPGP". Also check "Single Key" option

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Note: Steps for Multiple Keys are described on Step No. 6.


STEP 2

Inserting the address location of Private Key file in respective textbox of "Key File Path". Click on the "..." button.

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STEP 3

Now, Browse the required Private Key file, select it and click on "Open" button.

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The Path of the Private Key File selected will be displayed in the corresponding textbox to the "..." button.

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STEP 4

Enter the Password provided at the time of attaining Digital Signature (Private and Public Keys for Encryption) for emails in Outlook.

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STEP 5

Press Done button.

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STEP 6

For Multiple key Type, check Multiple Key option.

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STEP 7

To provide Multiple Keys, press on Sample CSV File to generate sample .csv file.

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Edit the sample CSV file. Insert the address location of the certificate and its repective password in a row as shown below.

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Save the sample CSV file in the desired location.

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STEP 8

For chosing the saved file (in step no. 7) click on the "..." button.

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Now, Browse the CSV file, select it and click on "Open" button.

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STEP 9

Path of the selected file will displayed on textbox corresponding to "..." button.

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STEP 10

Press "Done".

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Completed the Procedure to Decrypt Outlook Emails encrypted in OpenPGP. You will be taken to the previous Windows. Continue the steps to Repair & Recover Outlook PST files.

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