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encrypted messages in Outlook.com

Encrypt Mails in Outlook.com (or Hotmail)

This is pretty cool! If you are an Office 365 Home or Office 365 Personal subscriber, Outlook.com (formerly known as hotmail.com or live.com) now includes encryption features that let you share your confidential and personal information while ensuring that your email message stays encrypted and doesn’t leave Office 365. This is useful when you don’t trust the recipient’s email provider to be secure.

So what does encrypt mean:

As an Outlook.com user with either an Office 365 Home or Office 365 Personal subscription, you’ll see the following:

  • Encrypt: Your message stays encrypted and doesn’t leave Office 365. Recipients with Outlook.com and Office 365 accounts can download attachments without encryption from Outlook.com, the Outlook mobile app, or the Mail app in Windows 10. If you’re using a different email client or other email accounts, you can use a temporary passcode to download the attachments from the Office 365 Message Encryption portal.
  • Encrypt and Prevent Forwarding: Your message stays encrypted within Office 365 and can’t be copied or forwarded. Microsoft Office attachments such as Word, Excel or PowerPoint files remain encrypted even after they’re downloaded. Other attachments, such as PDF files or image files can be downloaded without encryption.

If you want to know more about Encryption of Outlook.com E-Mails, check out the this support Page: Learn about encrypted messages in Outlook.com



The new SkyDrive rocks…

Microsoft SkyDrive

Today Microsoft released some new SkyDrive Apps for Windows and Mac and alos offers 25GB of free online storage. I really love SkyDrive to keep my files in sync and access them everywhere. With the new apps the integration is much better, easier and 25GB of free storage is a fair deal.

Making personal cloud storage for Windows available anywhere, with the new SkyDrive

With the new Apps, SkyDrive is integrated in your operating system. If you need some online Storage, Cloud Sync or you are already using a service like Dropbox or GDrive you should have a closer look at Microsoft SkyDrive.

SkyDrive Explorer

 

New features:

  • SkyDrive for the Windows desktop (preview available now). View and manage your personal SkyDrive directly from Windows Explorer on Windows 8, Windows 7, and Windows Vista with this new preview app available in 106 languages worldwide.
  • Fetching files through SkyDrive.com. Easily access, browse, and stream files from a remote PC running the preview app to just about anywhere by simply fetching them via SkyDrive.com.
  • SkyDrive storage updates. A new, more flexible approach to personal cloud storage that allows power users to get additional paid storage as their needs grow.
  • SkyDrive for other devices. We’ve updated the SkyDrive apps on Windows Phone and iOS devices, bringing better management features and sharing options to those devices. We’re also releasing a new preview client for Mac OS X Lion, letting you manage your SkyDrive right from the Finder.

 

Checkout more about SkyDrive




Windows Live Mesh 2011

Windows Live MeshMicrosoft released Windows Live Mesh 2011 last year but I did really spend a lot of attention to it. Until this weekend I needed to conneced to my Lab but VPN didn’t work so I didn’t really had a chance to do that. But after sometime I realized that I have a management computer installed with Windows Live Mesh and I could connect to it using Windows Live Mesh Remote Desktop. This really saved my weekend.

Windows Live Mesh 2011 even more cool features

  • Sync between computers
  • Sync program settings
  • Sync on SkyDrive
  • Connect remotely to other Computers