Email Encryption

 
 

Olmsted County uses Office 365 (O365) to encrypt emails that contain private or sensitive information. 

When Olmsted County sends you an encrypted email, you will see a message in your email inbox that contains an HTML file attachment that you can open to view the message on the Office 365 Message Encryption portal. When the secure email portal opens, you can select Use a one-time passcode.  Follow the instructions that appear on your screen.

A printable version of how to open an encrypted email from Olmsted County is available here (286 KB). While the pictures might look different when compared with your email service, the general steps will be the same.

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