You can now select a group of password entries and send them to any email address. Perfect for sending passwords to folks that don’t have a Passpack account.
- Set up staff members with pre-polulated accounts
- Easily get clients up and running with Passpack
- Send a list of printable passwords to your Aunt Millie (why not?)
As always, everything in Passpack is encrypted. Passpack will send an email with a link to a page where they can insert the PIN and retrieve the passwords you’ve sent.
Once there they can either login or sign up for Passpack and the passwords will automatically be pre-populated for them. There’s also an export to CSV for people who use a different password manager, or even a printable list for the um… “technologically challenged”.
Go into bulk editing mode in your Passwords tab, check off the entries you’d like to send, then choose Encrypt and send by email from the Apply an action menu.
Remember this is sending, not sharing. Bulk sharing will be added in the future along with bulk tag, favorite and security level editing (as per your requests [smile]).
More About the PIN
You’ll want to tell the person the PIN number in a separate communication. Best by phone or SMS. But no matter what – don’t include the PIN in the message itself.
Like an ATM PIN number, if you get it wrong three times in a row, you don’t get in (in fact, Passpack will destroy all traces of the sent password copies should that happen).