Thanks for the quick response, now I get to read the smime-setup-guide.pdf
found on the website of djigzo, if I reach in doubt about how to configure
it'll be bothering you again.
Today i discovered a collected certificate which is marked as
"revoked" by Djigzo. When openning the certificate the info field
contains the following:
Certificate not accepted. Revocation status :Unknown critial extension
So the question is if this certificate is really "revoked" or can not
be used because of unknown extension marked as critical?
I'm looking for an option like "Encrypt if Certificate is available" which I could set as a default.
It should work like this:
Internal User sends to external (no Cert) -> unencrypted
Internal User sends to external (with Cert) -> encrypted (S/MIME)
Internal User sends to external (no Cert) using crypt-Keyword in Subject -> encrypted (PDF)
Internal User sends to external (with Cert) using crypt-Keyword in Subject -> encrypted (SMIME)
I can't see a way to do this atm, or is it possible?
I would like to make a simple question, as a gateway djigzo have the option
to decrypt the side of the gateway, without having to configure anything on
I appreciate all the patience and the time it takes to respond.
Hi. I'm a newbie. Trying to install Djigzo on a CentOS 4.4 box.
When I typ in this:
#yum install redhat-lsb postgresql postgresql-server postfix
java-1.6.0-openjdk ant ant-nodeps mktemp wget system-switch-mail
I get this:
Setting up Install Process
Setting up repositories
Reading repository metadata in from local files
Parsing package install arguments
No Match for argument: java-1.6.0-openjdk
No Match for argument: ant
No Match for argument: ant-nodeps
Nothing to do
Do I need to be on CentOS 5?
we have our Djigzo gateway configured to encrypt all outgoing mail if
a matching certificate is found by setting "Encrypt Mode = Allow".
Today i discovered a mail which was not encrypted but a valid
certificate is available.
I suspekt it is because the odd keyUsage setting in the certificate.
It contains "digitalSignature" as only keyUsage, but "emailProtection"
as Extended Key Usage. Have i got it right that all certificates which
do not contain "keyEncipherment" as keyUsage or have empty keyUsage
are not used for encryption by automatical selection?