Mmm, this one was to easy...
I had added the internal domains for relay, but had missed this setting.
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Sent: woensdag 30 september 2015 12:22
Subject: Re: [Djigzo users] Receiving encrypted email on internal domain
On 09/30/2015 12:18 PM, Hugo Koren wrote:
I have installed the CipherMail virtual machine,
configured it with
PGP keys so emails gets encrypted between domains, that works for the
sending part. But when the external domain sends email back, the user
is receiving an encrypted email...
Where to start looking why it encrypts(or does not decrypt) the mail
and sends it to the internal mailserver?
The most likely reason is that the domains for which you receive encrypted emails are not
configured to be internal domains. The gateway has to know whether the email has to be
encrypted (for external domains) or decrypted (for internal domains). By default domains
are external unless the Locality is changed to Internal. So, in general, for all domains
configured as a relay domain (see MTA settings), you should add a domain object and set
"Locality" to "Internal".
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