Getting the following error when trying to logon the gateway login:
Back-end is not running or not yet fully started up
Looking into the djigzo.log file, we find the following entries:
java.lang.SecurityException: Cannot locate policy or framework files!
at java.security.AccessController.doPrivileged(Native Method)
The log file may contain further details of error.
Please check the configuration files and restart Phoenix.
If the problem persists, contact the Avalon project. See
http://jakarta.apache.org/avalon for more information.
Shutting down Phoenix.
After some searching, I ran into the following post:
which led to the following page:
so, we upgraded to ciphermail 2.10.0-3 from the previous 1.6 which installed successfully. Unfortunately, the Back-end is not running or not yet fully started up error still persists.
Running on Ubuntu 10.04.4 32-bit on Tomcat 6 and PostreSQL 8.4.
We would appreciate some help here.
thanks a lot
Is it possible to configure ciphermail for certificate enrollment via
simple certificate enrollment protocol (SCEP)?
I only found instructions on configuring ciphermail with EJBCA.
Thanks in advance
We primarily use CipherMail for PGP. When a PGP public key (of an
external email address) is imported, all email is automatically
encrypted to this email address. We want only specific internal email
addresses to send encrypted email to this external address.
Is it possible to achieve this without the usage of subject triggers,
because this manual action could be forgotten, and could lead into
Is there a way to configure this with CipherMail?
A new version of the CipherMail gateway 2.10 is released.
* HTML parts are now scanned for PGP content
* PGP desktop/universal (now Symantec) proprietary partitioned encoding
format is now fully supported for incoming email. Email encrypted
with PGP desktop/universal with the partitioned encoding format is
now "repaired" to a proper MIME message.
* RedHat/CentOS 7 is now supported.
* Ignore content-transfer-encoding of multipart messages.
* S/MIME handler now adds X-Djigzo-Info-Signer-Email-* headers with the
email address of the signer certificate.
* Tomcat server.xml config configured to only use strong ciphers. This
implies that Windows XP users with IE can no longer connect since IE
on Windows XP does not support strong ciphers.
* Virtual appliance: There is no longer a separate version for VMware
ESX and workstation. The VMware virtual appliance now supports ESX 4
and up and VMware workstation. Because the virtual appliance now
requires VM version 7, ESXi 3 is no longer supported.
The new release can be downloaded from:
This is the same version as the 2.10 release candidate so if you
already installed the 2.10 release candidate, you already have the
CipherMail email encryption
Open source email encryption gateway with support for S/MIME, OpenPGP
and PDF messaging.