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Quick Start

EmailSentry uses a standard Windows Installer (.msi) installation. Download the version 2 installer here.

Most companies with experience pushing .msi files to their users should be able to install EmailSentry without their users having to do anything. They can use Group Policy to prevent users from uninstalling the Add-in, so users are forced to deal with "unsafe" email immediately.

Install Fixed Config File

EmailSentry requires a Fixed Configuration File stored on the user's PC at C:\ProgramData\SecurEmail LLC\EmailSentry.xml. The .msi creates this file with settings for the Free Trial. This file should be updated to a company's Full License settings (see Features, Configuration, and Customization) by copying your Fixed Configuration File to this location on each user's PC.

This copy can be done as part of the installation process. Copy the file after you run EmailSentry.msi as part of your GPO or other push method. Or you can have the .msi fetch your custom Fixed Configuration File from our servers by specifying your EmailSentry CompanyCode and CompanyPassword on the .msi command line, like this:
EmailSentry.msi CODE="YourCompanyCode" PASS="YourCompanyPassword"

Install Certificate

You can silence some popups during the installation by installing the SecurEmail LLC publisher certificate into HKLM/HKCU Trusted Publisher Certificate Store. You can install this certificate from the command line with:

certmgr.exe -add SecurEmailLLC.cer -c -s -r localUser TrustedPublisher

Install Certificate Interactively

This removes the popup:
Publisher has been verified

When this popup appears, clicking on the SecurEmail LLC link brings up a Certificate Information screen:
Certificate Information

Clicking on Install Certificate brings up a Certificate Import Wizard screen:
Certificate Import Wizard

Clicking on Next brings up a Certificate Import Wizard screen asking what certificate store to use:
Certificate Import Wizard Certificate Store

Clicking on Next brings up a Certificate Import Wizard screen asking you to verify your choices:
Certificate Import Wizard Verification

Clicking on Next should tell you the import was successful:
Certificate Import Successful

Now the Install will run without asking you to verify the publisher.