Is it possible to selectively encrypt messages such that only certain messages that are sent out are encrypted? Will any attached files also be encrypted?
I have a client concerned about privacy and would like to be able to send encrypted messages to the client with attachments. How does this work? Can I encrypt only messages to him without encrypting my entire data base? If I send him an encrypted message, how will he unencrypt the message? He does not use The Bat. Can he send encrypted messages to me through his own e-mail client using The Bat encryption technology? These questions may seem incredibly naive, but I really don't know how this works. The Help Topics facility talks in terms of having an encrypted database. But, all I want to do is to encrypt certain messages. Not all of them. If they were all encrypted, then anyone I sent messages to would have to have a key to read them, correct? -- Avi Using The Bat! Pro ver 18.104.22.168 on Windows 7 Pro ________________________________________________ Current version is 6.1.8 | 'Using TBUDL' information: http://www.silverstones.com/thebat/TBUDLInfo.html