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This FAQ addresses the differences between high and low encryption, the types of encryption available in the various Microsoft messaging products, and other issues that are often asked regarding encryption in Microsoft messaging technologies.
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Notes on TerminologyIn this document, the term Microsoft Exchange Server program refers to the software that provides the messaging services on a Microsoft Exchange Server computer. It does not refer to client programs that allow users to access the messaging services running on the Microsoft Exchange Server computer.
The term Microsoft Exchange Server package refers to a collection of CDs that can be ordered by customers. Such a package might include a newly released version of Microsoft Exchange Server (such as version 5.5), or a service pack (such as Service Pack 1). The package may include other programs in addition to the Microsoft Exchange Server program, such as the Microsoft Outlook98 messaging and collaboration client, which themselves may be new or updated.
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Article ID: 197965 - Last Review: February 21, 2014 - Revision: 3.4