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Overview of Cryptography in Outlook 2003

Microsoft Office Outlook 2003 provides several features to help users send and receive cryptographic e-mail messages. Cryptographic features in Outlook—which include digital signing and message encryption—can be combined to help provide different levels and types of security. This section of the chapter provides an over-view of Outlook 2003 features that support cryptographic messaging and an explanation of how cryptographic messaging is implemented in Outlook 2003.

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To get full security functionality in Outlook 2003, you must install Outlook 2003 with local administrative rights or with elevated privileges. If you are installing Outlook 2003 on client computers for users who do not have local administrative rights, you can give them elevated privileges for the installation. For more information about using elevated privileges in Office installations, see “Installing Office with Elevated Privileges” in Chapter 5, “Installing Office 2003.”



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