(2.3.1-7) When enabling static passwords with -1 validity the
originator no longer gets an email with the password. Is there a way
to enable them to get the password reply? The problem is that one user
may get the reply on the initial encryption and password set but the
next user that later email the recipient doesn't get a reply and
thinks something is broken...
Version 2.4.0-3 of the DJIGZO gateway is released.
This is the same version as the last release candidate so if you already
installed 2.4.0-3 you do not need to reinstall this version.
* Sign and encrypt tags can be added to the subject for incoming signed
and/or encrypted email (GATEWAY-36)
* Signer and sender address mismatch detection has been added
* S/MIME encrypt mailet can selectively encrypt headers (this is mainly
used in combination with DJIGZO for Android)
* S/MIME encryption and signing algorithm can be set per recipient or
* Simple subject filter added which can be used to filter the subject
using a regular expression.
* Locale (i.e., language) can be selected on the portal login and signup
* CLI tool added which can be used to set/get user properties from the
* The 8.4 PostgreSQL JDBC drivers were not compatible with PostgreSQL 9
(The default version with Ubuntu 12.04).
The PostgreSQL JDBC drivers have been updated to 9.X (GATEWAY-56)
* Logging has been improved. More information is logged and color coding
has been improved (GATEWAY-42, GATEWAY-26)
* Upgraded to BC 1.47
* LogLevel OFF added which can be used to completely disable logging for
* Clickatell provider now supports additional parameters.
* Spanish translation for the portal added
(translation by Diego A. Fliess)
* Loading speed of the preferences page has been improved.
* The user no longer has to login after the portal signup. The user is
automatically logged in after the signup process.
* The packages are now signed with a new gpg key.
* sudo added to the RPM spec file as a required package (GATEWAY-55)
* PDF reply should use the Reply-To header (GATEWAY-45)
* Under certain circumstances, unicode characters were incorrectly
encoded when replying to a PDF (GATEWAY-48)
* Compatibility with IE9 has been improved (GATEWAY-40)
* The RPM installer now waits for Postgres to be running before
continuing the installation.
The new version can be downloaded from:
Upgrade guide http://www.djigzo.com/documents/upgrade-guide.pdf
Note: the packages are signed with a new GPG key (which can be
downloaded from the download page)
DJIGZO email encryption
The second suggestion by Yannick is the easiest solution so we'll go ahead and
>>- You can keep copy of all emails using
>> always_bcc parameter to send all emails to archive(a)your.domain
I know Djigzo is a gateway that does not store email.
What would be the best way to keep track of emails that passed Djigzo ?
I'd like to search emails by subject.
Is this possible in the MPA ?
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the system is working pretty fine. Removing signatures and decrypting at the gateway hides all SMIME stuff from the MUA.
The header records what actually happend.
But right now, one point is missing for me. Imagine a user has an internal policy to verify, that the message between him and a particular remote has be signed or even encrypted.
Digzo hides all these stuff, this if fine. But is there a possibility to trigger a footer in dependence of SMIME actions? If incoming message signature is removed, the footer would attest, that it was signed; same with encryption.
I cannot find any possibilty to set a footer in dependence of removing and decrypting messages.
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> Ah oke I now understand what you mean. The PDF password is stored
> encrypted on the database (it is encrypted with the system password).
> When it is retrieved it is however decrypted. The reason why the PDF
> password must be stored "plain text" (note the quotes) is that in order
> to encrypt the PDF, access to the password is required. It cannot be a
> hashed password since the PDF must be encrypted with the real password.
> If you want improved security you should use the OTP mode.
Thanks, now I understand.
>On 05/31/2012 04:04 PM, Perry Peeters wrote:
>> I want to send email S/MIME signed and PDF encrypted but Djigzo does only one
>> of them.
>> When changing Encrypt Mode in the General settings of that recipient to No Encryption or Allow it will
>> S/MIME sign, if I set it to Mandatory it will PDF encrypt (with static password).
>> How can I get Djigzo to do both ?
>> In the PDF settings I have selected "Encryption allowed"
> Select the PDF option "Sign email". This will S/MIME sign the PDF
> encrypted email if a valid S/MIME signing certificate is available.
Works like a charm, thanks a lot.
we would like to sign all outbound mails and distinguish between special user certificates and all the rest.
Is there any possibilty to REGEX all these emailAddresses without a personal user cert and force them under one unique user certificate?
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