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NIST SP 800-45 Version 2, Guidelines on Electronic Mail Security
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SP 800-45 is intended to aid organizations in the installation, configuration, and maintenance of secure mail servers and mail clients.

SP 800-45 Version 2, Guidelines on Electronic Mail Security, is intended to aid organizations in the installation, configuration, and maintenance of secure mail servers and mail clients. It presents recommendations for securing mail server operating systems and applications, protecting mail servers through the supporting network infrastructure, and administering mail servers securely. SP 800-45 Version 2 also provides guidance on protecting individual email messages, securing access to mailboxes, and securely configuring mail clients. This publication replaces the original version of SP 800-45, which was released in 2002.

SP 800-45 Version 2, Guidelines on Electronic Mail Security
URL: http://csrc.nist.gov/publications/nistpubs/#sp800-45-ver2


NIST Special Publication # 800-45


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