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Related resources on Microsoft Outlook email security

Summary

Outlook has been widely criticized for security problems. In fairness, some of those could not reasonably have been predicted when the original security features of Outlook were being designed, and others result from implementation mistakes that have been fixed in service releases and hotfixes. Microsoft has worked hard to strengthen Outlook security by adding better attachment controls, complete support for S/MIME, and a range of other security features.

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You are reading tip #8 from "8 tips in 8 minutes: A Microsoft Outlook email security tutorial," excerpted from Chapter 13 of Secure Messaging with Microsoft Exchange 2003 by Paul Robichaux, copyright 2004, published by Microsoft Press.

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This was first published in May 2007

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