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Special Edition Using® Microsoft® Office Outlook® 2003 by Robert Cordingley, Charlie Russel

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Securing Outlook Items

There are several ways to secure your Outlook items. You can add some basic security to your individual items by marking them private, or you can secure your entire Personal Folders file. Additional steps can be taken when using Outlook as a client for Exchange Server.

You can take security to the next level by using digital certificates and digital signatures. At that point, you should make sure that your computer is physically secure because after you attach a digital signature to your email messages, you want to ensure that you're the only one sending those emails. Otherwise, someone could use the digital certificate to impersonate you when sending messages.

Mark Items as Private

When you create certain Outlook items, ...

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