VBA to send secure secure messages via .net account

SnailTerminator

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  1. 2013
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  1. Windows
Hi all,

I have a VBA that sends emails based on the date and sheet. However I require the email to go from a secure shared mailbox which is a .net account (accessed online rather than in the Outlook application).

Is this possible? I have seen that you can use the SendOnBehalf of function but will this encrypt the email as per the security? Or will it use my outlook email security?

Or is there anyway to add the secured .net account to the outlook application? (Again this has to be with the security settings of the online .net account).

I am new to all this so probably haven't provided all the information, so if anything else is required - don't hesitate to ask.

Regards,
Kane
 

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