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is it safe to send sensitive info from outlook to outlook within the same domain (sender and receiver are both on the same domain)..?
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If you have an admin with malicious habits, the answer is no as they can easily copy that other persons PST(mail storage file) to their PC and have all the contents of that person.

Rather print or save it to media.
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Well nobody can guarantee 100%.

But Yes, it is safe if you use Smime Encryption and Signing while sending Data.

That's one of the safest available option to send sensitive information.

~ Singh
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