Hi, thank you for contacting JustAnswer.com again, and this is Russell H. once more, at your request. I will do what I can to provide the right answer to your question.
As I posted to your previous question:
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Google Sites is a Wiki- -media analogue sponsored by Google.com Inc., of course.
For intranet building, or Wikia-style page-building by collaborative effort among a limited circle.
I do not think that information would suffice to undo the encryption.
But: There are so many varieties of encryption approaches, densities, etc.
Most of the good ones these days use mathematics so complicated to encrypt data transmitted, that it cannot be deciphered even with a Cray supercomputer working in parallel processing mode for many weeks. (That refers, of course, to guesswork, or try and try again, decryption.)
Decrypting encrypted data, in fact, with any good scheme, cannot be aided by intranet data, I do not think.
That might be a security issue, having the one GMail identity be domain admin. to both Intranet site and public-facing web site.
But, considering that compromise to either site would be about equally damaging, and also considering that both sites look ultimately to you - a reliable person surely! where the web site and the Intranet site are concerned - it may be seen as not a great weakness.
By all means send a text file attachment - not MS Word, I cannot readily read MS Word files without compromising the privacy of that data, sending it beyond my own computer in short... and I will look the data over.
First, to make a text file on your computer: open a Notepad file, and type into it.
When done typing, save it. That's a text file.
Then when composing your reply, look for a 'paper-clip' icon. Use it to select that Notepad file on your computer.
When you post your Reply to me, the text file will be attached to your reply and I will be able to see it.
Thanks for the document.
I hope you can understand that, being 10:51 in my time-zone currently, I may have to sleep on this case and resume it Sunday morning... if that's OK with you?
I'll be sharper and do better work then.
No need to close it. You can come back to it - and that will save both of us a little trouble... if that's way is OK.
The link to return to this question, is this:
I am awake again. I will examine the text file you made and post again with any comments or analysis I may have, by and by.
Google Apps Sync MS Outlook
is an app that provides access to data, for a program on your computer (MS Outlook) to data stored on a Google server, apparently.
I have perused the text file, and I fear that I do not know what to make of it, or how to make a point on any issue of importance therein. I must Opt Out, with apologies, in favor of some other Expert with a greater ability at these matters.
As for the tracing of port :443 - that is the port number for all https:// or 'secure HTTP' transactions. Any time you do a safe interaction via https:// addresses or URLs, port 443 is what is used.
To reiterate: Port 443 is the port for SSL http, or https://
As to rating... if you get help from another Expert picking up this case, that will suffice I'm sure. I'm not sure I deserve any rating at all under the circumstances.