GMS supports a variety of security measures. All products support the Secure Socket Layer (SSL) at the protocol level.
GMS supports “https:” so that all contents of all email messages are encrypted between the browser and the server.
GMS Mail support SSL for POP3 and IMAP4 SSL compliant clients to make sure that email messages are encrypted during tranfer across the local network.
All products provide SSL at the SMTP transport level to ensure that messages are encrypted between servers.
To ensure that messages are encrypted from source to destination, you need only make sure that all the mail servers support the SSL standard at the protocol layer.
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