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How to send a password-protected Email on Gmail? Check out

This article will explain how to send a Gmail password-protected email. It is quick, simple, and best of all, free!

Gmail: Convenience is the driving force behind the over 1.5 billion users of Gmail‘s email services. Even nonetheless, it’s crucial to protect sensitive data from outside interference and prying eyes since we use email to exchange financial, business, and personal information.
Email encryption and password protection are two great ways to make sure your online communication is safe, and Gmail supports both. In this article, we will tell you how you can password-protect an email.

How to send a password-protected Email on Gmail?

  • Open the Gmail web interface.
  • Select the “confidential mode” button.
  • Turn on passcode protection and  set an expiration date of one day to five years;
  • Write your message and submit it;
  • Click Send once again after entering the recipient’s phone number.
  • As with multiple-factor authentication for accounts, the recipient must get a temporary OTP code to his phone number before opening the email.

Cons of password protecting in Gmail

  • It is important to confirm that the recipient’s smartphone is secure, as they may misplace or lose it, compromising the security of your email conversation.
  • Email communication is made more secure with Gmail password security, but the manual labour required to implement it might be annoying. In order to prevent confusion, you must let the receiver know that they should anticipate receiving an SMS with the passcode. They must then check and input it in order to open the email, which can be lengthy and intricate.

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