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Chapter 32. Using Outlook Securely > Storing and Sharing Information

Storing and Sharing Information

Outlook provides facilities for saving and sharing information. If you use Outlook on a standalone computer to which only you have access and which doesn't have a modem, your concerns about security are that Outlook accurately saves the information you enter and returns that information when you need it—and that no one steals your computer.

You probably don't use Outlook like that. If you use Outlook on a standalone computer, you probably have a modem and use Outlook to send and receive e-mail by way of the Internet or another e-mail service. If you use Outlook on a networked computer, you can share information in many ways.


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