Email is as private as a postcard. Anyone between the sender and the recipient can read it. Think about that.
Anyone could be:
An administrator of the sender’s or the recipient’s email server A hacker who breaks into an email server Someone in a coffee shop eavesdropping on network traffic A government that doesn’t guarantee privacy of its citizens’ communications The United States government . . .
Continue Reading: Secure and protect email using certificates in Outlook for Mac
Some Entourage users are continuing to see the following warning error after updating to 12.1.3.
Unable to establish a secure connection to xxxxx.com because the server name or IP address does not match the name of IP address on the server’s certificate. If you continue, the information you view and send will be encrypted, but will not be secure.
See Amir’s blog post SSL Warning Issue in Entourage 2008 for help and more details on . . .
Continue Reading: Unable to establish a secure connection warning continues for some users
Apple released Mac OS X 10.5 (Leopard) a week ago and for the most part Entourage 2004 is “very compatible” according to There’s a new cat in town on Microsoft’s Mac Mojo blog. However, they also acknowledge that they discovered some code in their Leopard testing and will be releasing an update “shortly”.
Most of the Entourage trouble reports that I’ve read in the Apple and Microsoft online forums are anecdotal but one Exchange bug . . .
Continue Reading: Leopard update breaks Entourage support for Exchange SSL root certificates