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How To Make Outlook Secure And Private?

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#1 Kaptain


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Posted 03 April 2006 - 11:10 PM

Hi all. I'm using latest OutlookExpress on my laptop and i have been concerned that if it gets stolen, a theif can read all my emails. I did set-up password for an "identity", but everywhere on the net it states that the "identity" password could be bypassed easily.
Is there's a way to completely encrypct all email messages and the email software itself? I do have PGP Disk 9, so i tried to save all email messages on encrypted disk, but Outlook keeps downloading all emails from server if the disk isn't unlocked... so it's useless.

I don't think i'll be able to secure outlook express.. Does anyone know any secure email client (e.i. Outlook...) which can be encrypted?

If you wonder why won't i just put password on bios and windows is b/c i got lojack for laptops and want to make it easy for thief to surf the net. ;)

If anyone wonders btw, i reinstalled windows and Lo-Jack still works (contracts their server daily). cool :thumbsup:

Soo... anyone knows about the more secure email client? :flowers:

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