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A simple question needed. I'm not sure if this is the program. Here goes...

I want to password protect a single e-mail sent to a second party. This party will receive my e-mail message and will be able to open it in his mailbox once he uses the password. Can this be done and how do I do it?
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You could just type up a letter in text or word document and then zip it up with something like Winzip using the password to protect the Zip file, then send the zipped file as an attachment.
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zip file archive would be easiest
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perhaps hes a multi
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