Secure mail

Hi there.

Got to create a secure mailbox on our exchange server.
Is that by SSL and certificate and how to do that ?
approx 5 people in the org has to send/receive mail to
and from this mailbox. The reason is, that delicat personally
data has to be send/received to and from the  government.

Kind regards
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Glen KnightCommented:
If it's for an individual mailbox you will need to use S/MIME.  See here for how: http://blogs.msdn.com/b/shivaram/archive/2007/02/26/turning-on-s-mime-digital-signature-encryption-in-outlook-2007.aspx

This will require user intervention to endure the message is encrypted.
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ok-fondenAuthor Commented:
Hi demazter and thanks a lot.

Just to be sure ... So what I do is get a certificate ex. verisign
and do like descibed in your attachment, and then the receiver
can also send secure mail to this mailbox by using the certificat ?

About the certificat : can it be installed on the exchange server or
is it needed on the outlook client machine ?

Thanks
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Glen KnightCommented:
You cannot secure just a single mailbox from the exchange server.  The only way to do this is from Outlook as described in the link above
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ok-fondenAuthor Commented:
Okay - last question.

When several people has to use this, is it then possible to
access this through a terminal server ?
Create a user and the secure mailbox to this user, and
then logon with those credentials on the TS for those
who needs this ?
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Glen KnightCommented:
Yes potentially.  But they will still need to chose to encrypt the email manually.
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ok-fondenAuthor Commented:
Thanks a lot
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