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Re: Email Encryption

  •  06-09-2012, 15:24

    • Sharkfin is not online. Last active: 10 Jan 2015, 19:14 Sharkfin
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    Re: Email Encryption

    In what way(s) does Mercury mail differ from any other famous e-mail system such as gmail and yahoomail when it comes to e-mail encryption? 

    That probably should be a separate thread, but Mercury itself differs in that it is a back-end server for mail delivery, whereas the services you mention are web front-end mail clients. Pegasus Mail is Mercury's companion client software for mail creation and manipulation.

    I barely use Gmail but I don't remember seeing any options for encrypting the mail you send using it, and I suspect that most webmail services are the same. Somewhere there will be a service that supports encryption but someone else will have to name it. Otherwise you need to set up a client program on your system with the required settings and/or plug-ins.

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