Continuing the discussion from Undelivered Mail Returned to Sender:
> To protect emails from prying eyes that might intercept them, set up PGP. PGP, or Pretty Good Privacy, allows you to send a message that is encrypted in a way that can only be decrypted by the intended recipient.
- However, that means this only works if the other party is set up to use PGP as well—and many people are not.
- Only the content of your email will be encrypted. The sender and recipient information, along with the subject line, are not.
The question is whether or not it is possible to include PGP Encryption with MIAB. I would have thought that, the title, of this post, which states “PGP Encryption and MIAB?” made the question obvious. In either case, the title is an abbreviated way of asking how or whether or not it is possible to combine the two.