On 05/16/2012 11:49 AM, lst_hoe02(a)kwsoft.de wrote:
Zitat von Yannick Grange <ygrange(a)technip.com>om>:
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
the recipient 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.
DJIGZO email encryption