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redacting sensitive information in outlook

Posted on 2011-09-29
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I have a records request i must suffice.
some of these emails have sensitive information in them.
is there a way to black out the sensitive part of the info...

the information has to be gone... but the place where it was needs to have some sort of black mark over it.
using a black marker and printing out the email is not a viable solution.

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Hi.

If you can save chanegs to the mail, you could always replace the characters with a line of * or # symbols.

Once it's been saved and closed, you won't be able to undo the changes.


Tom
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