Getting started

The deployment process is divided into 3 steps and will take about an hour of your time.

You will need next components:

  • Own domain;
  • Azure subscription;

    Can be created along the deployment process

  • Active Directory.

    Can be created along the deployment process

STEP 1

Azure preparations

NOTE: To use StealthMail service you need to deploy StealthMail to your Azure subscription. If you don’t have Azure subscription, it is easy to get one. Here is a short guide: Get Azure cloud subscription (takes about 5 minutes).

As you have active Azure subscription before deploying StealthMail there is a need to make next actions:

  • Register StealthMail application (~10 minutes);
    As a result you will get Application (client) ID, Directory (tenant) ID and Secret. These values will be required for StealthMail deployment.
  • Verify main domain (~5 minutes);
    As a result you will get verificated domain that could be used by StealthMail.

    Depending on your domain registrar, it may take up to 72 hours for Azure to verify your domain.

  • Add Users to Azure Active Directory (~5 minutes).
    As a result you will configure users which could later use StealthMail.

    Adding users becomes possible only after domain is verified.

STEP 2

Get StealthMail Authorization code

In this step you will get a StealthMail account and after following the wizard get StealthMail Authorization code that will be needed for later deployment in Azure.

STEP 3

Deployment to Azure

The final step - actual StealthMail deployment to your Azure cloud.

Use StealthMail

Finally you may start using StealthMail. Next guide will show how to create StealthMail user’s account and start sending secure emails.

Get Officer Tool

To manage StealthMail users in particular changing user passwords, setting phone numbers for external user, setting limits on user’s devices and preview the latest user events StealthMail offers a dedicated application - Officer tool.

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