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 . . .
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Terms used with Entourage, Outlook & Apple Account Archive (zip) “Archive and Install” of the Mac OS Autofil, Autocomplete or Most Recently Used (MRU) AutoUpdate (MAU) Daemons Database for Entourage Digital Signatures Domain Encryption File Extensions Identity/User IMAP and POP Accounts Invisible files Jargon Log Out/In Mac not MAC Mac BU MERP MBOX Microsoft AU daemon Microsoft User Data folder (MUD) Most Recently Used (MRU) a.k.a. AutoComplete list MVP Notifications Online Access Packages POP Accounts . . .
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