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E-mail Encryption: Protecting Data in Transit
Secure Mail is a plug-in that integrates into Microsoft Outlook. The main functions of Secure Mail are provided in the toolbar or the menu. It’s possible to pre

forwarding mail exchange 2003  expertise 8. Sending and forwarding 8.1. Supported formats 9. Store provider 12 9.1. Security problem in the Microsoft Exchange transport mode 9.2. The solution: SECUDE store provider 10. Overview of architecture 10.1. Smartcard bindings 11. Technical prerequisites 11.1. System requirements 11.2. Software requirements 11.3. Supported Hardware 11.4. Supported signature algorithms 11.4.1. S/MIME 11.4.2. OpenPGP 11.5. Supported encryption algorithms 11.5.1. S/MIME 11.5.2. OpenPGP 12. Abbreviations

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Business process management (BPM) defines, enables, and manages the exchange of enterprise information through the semantics of a business process view, which involves employees, customers, partners, applications, and databases.  

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