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Chapter 11. Administering Cryptography i... > Outlook Folder Home Pages and Securi...

Outlook Folder Home Pages and Security

Microsoft Office Outlook 2003 includes a Web browser feature so you can view Web pages without leaving Outlook. You do this by assigning a Web page as a home page for a folder. You can associate a Web page with any personal or public folder. Whenever you click the folder, Outlook displays the folder home page assigned to it. Although this feature provides the opportunity to create powerful public folder applications, scripts can be included on the Web page that access the Outlook object model, which exposes users to security risks.

These Folder home pages do not follow the Outlook security model. They can run script just as any other Web page can. Access to the Outlook object model allows scripts to manipulate all of the user’s Outlook information on the computer.


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