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  recap 17:48 13 Oct 2003

Encryption does require both parties to hold the appropriate `key` to open encrypted messages.

What happens is that when you send an encrypted email to a friend, if your friend doesn't have the key to open the email they will not be able to open it at all. So if you have 128 bit encryption on your system and your friend doesn't they will not be able to open it.

If this is wrong i'm sure somebody will correct me.

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