Password entries can be sent either to another Passpack user (here's how), or to anyone with an email address.This is perfect for sending passwords to folks that don't have a Passpack account yet. To send a single password entry, click the it in your password list to open the entry window.
(1) Type the email of the recipient. Passpack will send this person a notification with a link where they can go and securely pick up the password entry.
(2) Type your name as you'd like it to appear in the notification. This should be something the recipient will recognize you by.
(3) Type a short message to accompany the notification.
(4) Choose a 5 digit PIN number. The recipient must provide this PIN in order to pick up the password entry. 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.
(5) Press Send Now! and Passpack will take care of the rest.
What Happens Next
Passpack will send an email with a link to a page where the recipient can insert the PIN and retrieve the passwords you've sent. Like an ATM PIN number, if the recipient gets it wrong three times in a row, they don't get in (in fact, Passpack will destroy all traces of the sent password copies should that happen and you'll have to start over).
Once entered the correct PIN, they can either login or sign up for Passpack and the password 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 version for the... um� "technologically challenged".