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Chapter 7. Deploying Outlook 2003 > Configuring Information Rights Management f...

Configuring Information Rights Management for Messaging in Outlook 2003

Information Rights Management (IRM), a new feature in Microsoft Office 2003, can help prevent sensitive information from being distributed to or read by people who do not have permission to access the content. In Microsoft Office Outlook 2003, users can create and send e-mail messages with restricted permission to help prevent messages from being forwarded, printed, or copied and pasted. Microsoft Office 2003 documents, workbooks, and presentations that are attached to messages with restricted permission are automatically restricted as well.

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The ability to create content or e-mail messages with restricted permission using Information Rights Management is available only with the Microsoft Office Professional Edition 2003 version of the following applications: Microsoft Office Word 2003, Microsoft Office Excel 2003, Microsoft Office PowerPoint® 2003, and Outlook 2003. IRM is also available in the stand-alone version of those applications. Users who have Microsoft Office Standard Edition 2003 installed can read and use content and e-mail messages with restricted content but cannot create new content or e-mail messages with restricted permission. If users reply to or forward messages with restricted permission (assuming their permission to reply or forward is not restricted), the reply or forwarded message will not have restricted permission.



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