Email Encryption means any mail sent is accessed by the intended user alone. Generally, an email is sent from a source server to a destination server and hackers try to bypass these emails before they reach the intended destination. However, even if a hacker gets his hands on these emails, they can be password protected so that the sensitive information inside is still out of reach. The mails are password protected using a combination of public and private keys, and only the concerned parties will be aware of the private key needed to open the mail. Roadrunner Support team train you and teach you how to implement Roadrunner email settings to get rid of Roadrunner email problems and to make your email encrypted.