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Encrypting emails

I have Exchange 2003 Standard running on a Windows 2003 Rel 2 server.  I would like to give users the ability to encrypt specific emails between internal users.  Basically I would like to protect certain emails from being read if a laptop with an OST file is stolen or lost.  Could someone point me in the right direction and offer some possible solutions.

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Check this.

Implementing and Maintaining PKI to Support Message Security in Exchange 2003

Hey Olmecian,

One way you can do this is to use PGP (Pretty Good Privacy) for outlook. The G-Data GnuPG is free at  (http://www3.gdata.de/gpg/), the sites in german and english so you should have no problem with that.

Another site is here, http://www.spychecker.com/program/tscrypto.html 

Finally, here is an artical on the subject of email protection and some more ideas. http://netsecurity.about.com/cs/emailsecurity/a/aa051004.htm

Hope that helps.
OLMECIANAuthor Commented:
Thanks, the PGP product looks good.  I will demo it.
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