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?


Using The Bat! Pro ver on Windows 7 Pro 
Current version is 6.1.8 | 'Using TBUDL' information:

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