Thank you very much for your 2 very fast answers.
Of course the Martijn's solution is working perfectly :)
Sorry to have missed this Domain "signing certificate" options in web
From: Martijn Brinkers <martijn(a)djigzo.com>
Date: 16/05/2012 12:42
Subject: Re: [Djigzo users] Is it possible to encrypt without
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On 05/16/2012 11:49 AM, lst_hoe02(a)kwsoft.de wrote:
Zitat von Yannick Grange <ygrange(a)technip.com>om>:
> Dear all,
> 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
side SMIME product.
This is the downside of Gateway certificates, yes...
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."
This means all messages will be signed if a matching certificate/key is
available. So in your case Djigzo should not sign the mails as long as
you don't have a matching sender mailaddress which you don't have with
your gateway certificate. If it does sign with the gateway
certificate/key you most likely have assigned it as "signing
certificate" at domain level, no?
I think Andreas is right in that probably a signing certificate has been
selected for the sender domain (i.e., for the domain technip.com
can check whether a signing certificate is selected for the sender
domain by opening the properties page for the domain, then click on
"signing certificate". If a certificate is selected you can remove the
selection by clicking "auto select certificate". "auto select
certificate" for a domain will result in no certificate because there is
no domain certificate available.
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