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Send emails that require additional security screening via SMS – when you want to be safe

Send emails that require additional security screening via SMS – when you want to be safe

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With Gmail, you can send emails that require SMS verification to be read.

Confidential Mode is a feature available in Gmail on the web, but not in the mobile app. By sending a message in confidential mode, you place additional demands on the recipient who wants to read, but on the other hand you can have more control over who can participate in what you send. Secret mode allows you to request SMS verification from the person receiving the message, so they can retrieve the content. You can also restrict so that the recipient cannot print, forward, or download the message.

When you write an email in Gmail on the web, you'll find Confidential Mode as a lock icon at the bottom of the message window. There you set all the settings.

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