Outlook: How to send S/MIME signed emails

Sending emails with a S/MIME signature has 2 advantages: It ensures that the sender is really who (s)he says (s)he is (prevents spoofing) The content of the email has not been changed or tampered with It is fairly easy to implement and it works with any recipient as most email clients (including web clients) support S/MIME. Even if a client would not support it, the recipient can still read the mail. First, you need to get an official certificate for your email address. There are different Read more [...]