Important: Office Plugin is available for Windows only.

Current SecuriSync version supports Office and Outlook Plugins which allows it to interact with files created/opened in Outlook and Office.

Read the Knowledge Base article on SecuriSync: Outlook Plugin for more information.

Enabling Office Plugin

Right-click SecuriSync icon in the system tray > SettingsEnable Microsoft Office Plugin:

Office will need to be restarted for the plugin to be activated.

Using Office Plugin

Note: Desktop client has to be running. Co-Authoring is available through the Office Plugin.

  • SecuriSync files can be opened by navigating to File > Open > SecuriSync. 

  • For new files or files that are not located in SecuriSync, the plugin provides a highly visible Save to SecuriSync option:


Alternatively, a file can be saved by navigating to File > Save As > SecuriSync.


  • SecuriSync files can be shared with co-workers and external collaborators by navigating to File > Share > SecuriSync .

  • For files located in SecuriSync, the plugin will provide valuable context in the toggle-able panel, including:
    • File location in SecuriSync; ability to quickly copy/paste file location into an email to collaborators
    • File Size + Access Permissionss
    • Ability to Share a file as a web link
    • Ability to lock a file for exclusive editing rights (to make sure no-one is making changes at the same time as you)
    • View and Open past versions of a file

Read the Knowledge Base article on SecuriSync: Co-Authoring In The Office Plugin for more information.

Note: in Office 2016 and 2019, SecuriSync plugin might appear as invisible, or open in a separate window. To resolve the issue, open any Office application and navigate to Options > General and make sure Optimize for compatibility (application restart required) option is selected.

Office Options