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Encrypt Data Between Microsoft Office Outlook and Microsoft Exchange Server

rbichon asked
Last Modified: 2008-02-07
Is there a registry setting that I can change that will check the box "Encrypt Data Between Microsoft Office Outlook and Microsoft Exchange Server" in Outlook? I am trying to automate this with a script. Thanks.
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So what you are saying is that if it is already going over https, then I don't need to worry about it, correct?
Well this is just a setting in outlook. Its an an internal encryption between your client and the server. It doesn't use https. But https is a good method if you want an internet portal version of outlook.

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