Microsoft Exchange 2000 Server Advanced Security uses
certificates issued by Microsoft Windows 2000 Certificate Services
to encrypt messages and create
In an Exchange PKI, Certificate Services acts as the
An Exchange administrator can use Encryption Configuration to determine which encryption algorithms and security message format will be used with the Certificate Services certificates. To enroll users in Advanced Security, and to securely store and maintain the keys created with Certificate Services certificates, use Key Management Service (KMS). KMS can also be used to recover lost keys, revoke keys whose integrity has been breeched, and to import and export Advanced Security users from other parts of an organization.
Important Administrators should be aware that encrypted e-mail is unaffected by most virus detection programs. If you have encrypted messages circulating in your organization, your system may be vulnerable to viruses.
To learn more about Exchange Advanced Security and its features: