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HOW TO encrypt and store mail Jan 12 2011 04:09PM
Edgar Zapata (edgar zapata sitel com) (4 replies)
RE: HOW TO encrypt and store mail Feb 08 2011 10:12AM
Simon Thornton (simon thornton info)
RE: HOW TO encrypt and store mail Jan 12 2011 05:36PM
Jacob, Pete (pjacob ftmc com)
why do you need to store them encrypted?
we use ironport (cisco) encryption when we send,
but am curious why you thing PCI needs to have it stored encrypted?
Pete

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Subject: HOW TO encrypt and store mail

Hello,

We are looking for a solution to store and encrypt mails.

We need to comply with PCI (Payment Card Industry) standards.
We have Windows 2008 and Exchange 2007 SP2.

So far, we haven't found a way to encrypt and store mail in Exchange.
We'll be encrypting communications with TLS.

Plus, we need to use OE (Outlook Express) so we can use IMAP for
incoming mail and SMTP for outgoing e-mail.

Any ideas/suggestions are more than welcome.

Thank you.

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RE: HOW TO encrypt and store mail Jan 12 2011 05:22PM
Kurt Dillard (kurtdillard msn com)
RE: HOW TO encrypt and store mail Jan 12 2011 05:17PM
Thor (Hammer of God) (thor hammerofgod com)


 

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