Not sure if i understand correctly. Your customers
need a box with "pre-populated" external public S/MIME certificates, or do you
refer to the root-CA certificates?
No, not pre-populated, but self-populated. Whenever a new customer joins the 'secure
mail network' the keys should be available to everybody without further interaction.
If you have Java programers at hand i guess Martijn
Brinkers would be glad to get the help.
Yes we doe ;)
Von: users-bounces(a)lists.djigzo.com [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org] Im Auftrag von
Gesendet: Montag, 14. Dezember 2009 17:43
Betreff: Re: [Djigzo users] Certificate directorys
Zitat von Andreas Behr - Krämer IT Solutions <andreas.behr(a)kraemer-it.de>de>:
we are planing to roll out a Djigzo based box to our customers.
Since we do not want to go to all boxes and add certs whenever a new
customer buys the box we are looking into a way to distribute the
I do believe a central directory service is the way to go.
Not sure if i understand correctly. Your customers need a box with
"pre-populated" external public S/MIME certificates, or do you refer to the
So we are willing to contribute to building such a system. (Since we
would build one for our customers anyways)
If you have Java programers at hand i guess Martijn Brinkers would be
glad to get the help..
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