Re: Password security for email
Date: Fri, 23 Sep 2005 09:52:32 -0400
From: "Ramesh" <ramborums@@yahoodotcom>
| Between Outlook 2K and Outlook Express, which would be the one more safer
| for password security? Like to have nobody else be able to see my messages
| without knowing the password. Even if they copy the files to another
| Thanks in advance
- Password security for email
... Between Outlook 2K and Outlook Express, which would be the one more safer ... for password security? ... Like to have nobody else be able to see my messages ...
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