I would like to know if it's possible to configure Djigzo en encrypt
emails without signing it.
We would need that because using "Company gateway" certificate to sign,
the sender email adress is not the same as the email adress inside the
"Company gateway" certificate, and it seems this create some "warning" on
the recipient side SMIME product.
I look into the web interface and the Administration Guide, and I don't
see any option to encrypt whithout signing.
the option "Only Sign when encrypt" say : "messages will be signed only
when encrypted , otherwise all messages will be signed."
Does anyone know if it's possible to not sign at all ?
first of all I think this is a great product and the integration so
far was very smooth. What I would like to know is if it is possible to
use sendgrid as an outgoing smtp relay. The point here is that the
outgoing mail relay requires and authentication and I currently do not
see a possibility to set this in djigzo. How can this be done ?
> Just out of curiousity: Which German governmental organiziation does
> use S/MIME??
> I have yet to see a certificate from a gov* domain in our certstore :-(
I hope you never have to go there: ;-))
They have a simple web interface to download their certificates:
And they accept our client's self signed certificates!!
Regards and have a nice weekend,
one of our clients has to make sure that the email communication with a special German governmental organziation is always encrypted.
We already added a number of email addresses and certificates to Djigo. Now we have to make sure, that if an employee of our client sends an email to an address (within this organization) for which Djigzo doesn't have a certifictae, this email should bounce to the sender, including a note, that a valid certificate is missing.
Is it possible to configure this??
Thanks for any hints.