idgard for Outlook

Send confidential content and large attachments securely by email.

idgard and Microsoft Outlook: The perfect combination for secure working.

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Secure data exchange by email.

Confidential documents do not belong in e-mail attachments, yet they get usually sent without the necessary protection. This makes companies vulnerable. That’s exactly where idgard for Outlook comes in.

Write your e-mail in Outlook without leaving your familiar working environment and send a secure idgard link by e-mail. Optionally, you can also secure the link with a passcode; the number of document accesses can also be customised.

A positive side effect is that you protect your mailbox and the mailbox of the recipient by storing large attachments in idgard rather than in your mailbox.

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Secure data exchange in project work

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Use the idgard Outlook enhancement to securely exchange work results and sensitive documents that serve as a basis for decision-making in projects.

Sending large file attachments


The idgard Outlook Add-in can also be used to send files that exceed the maximum file size in Outlook.

Seamless integration into Microsoft 365

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With its integration for single sign-on, idgard for Outlook can be seamlessly integrated into your digital workflows and offers a powerful solution for these challenges.

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Your Benefits

  • Working in a familiar environment
  • Short paths between idgard and your e-mail tool
  • Protecting your inbox by saving large files in idgard
  • Maximum security thanks to patented sealed cloud technology
  • No idgard licence required to receive an idgard link

How can I use idgard for Outlook?

Ready to start working safely? idgard for Outlook is available in the Microsoft App Store. You can simply download it, install it and access it in Outlook.



Where can I find instructions for idgard for Outlook?