It seems that Google already has the full encryption on most of its service but it seems that Outlook.com is like a complete joke due to lack of encryption. This one’s powering the Office 365 services along with Windows Azure Rights Management which is part of E3 and E4 plans. Well, thankfully, the new Outlook site may seem to be part of the Office 365 cloud technology where you can use this new message encryption feature to encrypt your messages through your Office 365 ID or Microsoft account.
From the Message Encryption interface, it appears to be based on the Outlook Web App, in which Office 365 webmail is also using. With Message Encryption, you can customize the disclaimer text and header text in your company’s encryption emails as well as the company Logo and portal text that appear in your encrypted emails.
Office 365 Message Encryption will be available in the first quarter of next year and it is probably available for business users.