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Chapter 32. Using Outlook Securely > Sending and Receiving Encrypted Messages

Sending and Receiving Encrypted Messages

Sending an encrypted message is similar to sending a secure message. However, you must have a person's public key in your Contacts folder to send an encrypted message to that person. This is because the encryption is based on information in the recipient's Digital ID.

Getting Public Keys

You must have a person's public key to send a secure message. For example, if you want to send an encrypted message to John Aldrich, you must have John Aldrich's public key and add that key to the John Aldrich item in your Contacts folder. The following paragraphs explain how you obtain the public key and add that key to a Contact item.


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