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Is there any way to password protect an email?

Posted on 2008-10-14
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Hello,

Have a quick question, I know you can password protect attatchments within an email i.e. word document, etc.

But can you protect an email so once sent the person you are sending it to would be prompted for a password to open an email?

Is there any way to do this?

Its for outlook within the 2003/2007 office packages.

Thanks in advance
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If you are looking to protect your Email from being Sent or Forwarded, then you can use RMS
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by:Solpak
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Sorry bit more information they dont really need it protecting externally..

Just internally? what options do I have? They use Exchange 2003 and Windows Server 2003.

Any ideas?

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I suggest that you use RMS for this

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Thanks for your help will investigate RMS further.

Thanks again
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