On 23-05-18 19:44, lists via Users wrote:
I'm on 4.1.0.
I can add the following findings:
The client certificate is issued by this root: CN=D-TRUST CA 2-1
2015, O=D-Trust GmbH, L=Berlin, C=DE
It is issued by: CN=COMODO RSA Certification Authority, O=COMODO CA
Limited, L=Salford, ST=Greater Manchester, C=GB
When Ciphermail displays the root CN=D-TRUST CA 2-1 2015, O=D-Trust
GmbH, L=Berlin, C=DE the Comodo root is not displayed as link. So I
guess that Chipermail is for some reason not able to resolve the
This works for me. The following D-Trust certificate is trusted when I
What is the background color of the D-Trust cert in your gateway? gray
> Von:Martijn Brinkers via Users <users(a)lists.djigzo.com> Gesendet:
> Mittwoch 23 Mai 2018 14:24 An: <users(a)lists.djigzo.com> Betreff:
> Re: [Djigzo users] Deployment of CipherMail
> On 23-05-18 09:34, Ralf Kirmis via Users wrote:
>> we are planning to deploy ciphermail and use exim as our MTA. Can
>> you post some of your config snippets, for using exim with
> The CipherMail gateway can basically split up into three parts. The
> MTA (postfix), the encryption/decryption back-end and the front-end
> (web GUI).
> When postfix receives a message, the message is sent to the
> back-end for encryption/decryption using an Postfix after-queue
> filter. After handling, the email (or multiple in case of different
> sender/recipient requirements for example) is sent back to postfix
> for delivery. In principle the MTA functionality can be replaced by
> some other MTA. Take a look how postfix delivers the email to the
> back-end, doing this in a similar way with Exim should not be hard
> to figure out.
> Kind regards,
> Martijn Brinkers
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