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Digify for Outlook - Track & Unsend Attachments

Digify, Inc

Know when your attachments have been read. Revoke files even after sending.

Digify works as Email Tracking for your file attachments in Outlook. Know when your email attachments are opened, printed or forwarded. Self-destruct or "unsend" files sent on Outlook even after file has reached the recipient's inbox. Never risk your information falling into the wrong hands. All of these right inside your Outlook.

To start tracking email attachments, install Digify for Outlook and sign up a Digify account at

Sending secure email attachments have never been easier with Digify for Outlook:

+ TRACKING - Track Outlook attachments views, forwards, prints and downloads. Get read notifications and statistics for your files. Knowing what happens to your docs, PDFs, and videos. Email tracking for attachments, and document analytics for smart timing and optimized sales process.

+ UNSEND - Have the freedom to change your mind with the option to undo send or recall file attachments you sent using Digify for Outlook. No more regrets because you can now unsend any time.

+ SELF-DESTRUCT - Self-destruct email attachments to make it accessible only for a short period of time, Mission Impossible-style.

+ CONTROL - Securely send your Outlook attachments with Digify advanced copy protection, with integrated rights management. Restrict forwarding, set expiry time or disable print or download as needed to make sure only the right people are accessing your documents, PDFs, photos and/or videos. Security for your sensitive documents and confidential email attachments.

+ QUICK SEARCH - All the files you sent out, now accessible in one secure location.

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Add-in capabilities
When this add-in is used, it
  • Can send data over the Internet
  • This add-in can read or modify the contents of any item in your mailbox, and create new items. It can access personal information -- such as the body, subject, sender, recipients, or attachments -- in any message or calendar item. It may send this data to a third-party service.