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Best method to encrypt Office 365 emails?

Best method to encrypt Office 365 emails?

Best method to encrypt Office 365 emails?

(OP)
Hello

I've searched high and low but getting nowhere with this. I've even set up a free months trial with Office 365.

How, what or where is the best method (even subscription) to set up Office 365 so I can easily send encrypted emails from Office 365 (not the app but online). I have seen and read about Azure but that's too complicated for the email recipient. I have also read about changing the port number, but that doesn't appear to have any affect.

I appreciate any suggestions.

Thank you

Steve Williams
VFP9, SP2, Windows 10

RE: Best method to encrypt Office 365 emails?

This covers most of the basics

RE: Best method to encrypt Office 365 emails?

(OP)
Cheers strongm

Thank you

Steve Williams
VFP9, SP2, Windows 10

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