Let's assume you were writing an e-mail using your accustomed e-mail application and you decided to encrypt a part of the message. Provided that all needed options have been already set, you will have to make only four simple steps:
The main advantage of BCTextEncoder is support of public key encryption. If you have a public key of your recipient, then you may make slightly different steps:
Alternatively, you can write the message directly in BCTextEncoder window or load the text from an existing text file. After encoding the text, it may be sent to the recipient immediately, if corresponding option is enabled. If you encrypted the text with a public key, the e-mail will be read automatically from the key, so you do not have to do anything except confirmation of sending.