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Secure Mailbox Advice

Posted on 2014-01-16
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Hi Guy,
A client has asked for a secure mailbox - the council wants to send from their mailbox to a secure mailbox - Now I know I can create a new mailbox and restrict it but I think this is not the answer... has anyone ever done this?  Also to create a new secure mailbox id have a new domain name - eg: "@council.gov. uk" ? rather than "@council.co.uk"
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What is the customer's definition of a 'secure' mailbox? Email by definition and standards is not secure when transported from one machine to another. The user can encrypt the contents of the message and only someone with a key can decrypt the message and read it.
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