Exchange 2007 question/issue

We have an Exchange 2007 question/issue.  Our users use Outlook 2007 and we need to send some banking routing numbers in an e-mail want to find out the easiest and best ways to encrypt the data?  Any assistance offered is greatly appreciated.  
regsampAsked:
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wantabe2Connect With a Mentor Commented:
Sounds like you're at a bank & should have certificates

http://www.globalsign.com/support/personal-certificate/per_outlook07.html

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wantabe2Commented:
Oh, one more thing you might nbe interested in

http://www.videojug.com/film/how-to-encrypt-e-mail-messages

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regsampAuthor Commented:
Well, I cannot sign up to do certificates because this is something that they are looking for right away.  
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wantabe2Commented:
Ok, I don't know of any other safe way to do it then. If they are not willing to wait 24 hours for it to be secure, especially with banking information, I'd just tell them there's no way to do it & let them deal with the lawsuit when it that info gets in the wrong hands.

I hope you understand, I'm not being honory with you :) but I know what you are dealing with, I've been there too with bosses breathing down my neck not understanding the implacations of network security.
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regsampAuthor Commented:
Okay, thanks for the information wantabe2.
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wantabe2Commented:
You're welcome

FYI
I just looked at godaddy.com & their usual turn around time on certificate is around 3 - 5 hours.

Good Luck!
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