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To get a StealthMail authorization code, you will need to register a StealthMail account, verify and set your main domain, and prepare Azure subscription for the deployment (see Step 1 of the deployment guide).

To register StealthMail account visit

Input your contact email and a password in the form for a new StealthMail account.

Confirmation email will be sent to your email address. Please follow the link from the confirmation email to finish the account registration.


The new page will show you the first step of the wizard that will help you get a StealthMail deployment Authorization code.


This step will inform you that there are components that are required for StealthMail deployment. At this point you should have them all. If not, go back to the beginning of the deployment guide to get the additional information.

When you have all the components, click on the Confirm button.


Add Domain

Here you should add your domain and subdomain addresses.


Validate Domain

To progress, you should validate domain ownership by adding a specified TXT record to your domain and sub-domains.

After you have added the required records, you can validate the added domain by clicking on the Validate button next to domains.

Please Note: Depending on your domain registrar, it may take up to 72 hours for StealthMail to verify your domain.

Before proceeding you have to validate all of your domains.


Set Main Domain

Please select your Main domain, which will be used for you secure email correspondence, then click on the Confirm button.


Create App ID

Before proceeding to the Deployment step, the wizard recommends to prepare your Azure subscription for StealthMail deployment.



StealthMail has generated an Authorization code for you. It will be required for further deployment.

Now you may proceed to the step Deployment to Azure from the Main guide.


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