Yes, I have tested it in both Outlook 2013 and Thunderbird. I've made sure
the clients work by having another system which uses a digital signature
(which I've never received email from) send me email, and the appropriate
icon is displayed in both clients. I am avoiding web mail for testing.
On Fri, Oct 30, 2015 at 12:55 AM, Martijn Brinkers <martijn(a)ciphermail.com>
On 10/29/2015 11:21 PM, Autopilot Admin wrote:
I am trying to sign outbound emails with my
corporate comodo (level 3)
certificate to any recipient of my system emails. I've imported the
certificates from the pk12 file Comodo generated, and I've associated it
with my global settings but every email client receives only a smime.p7s
file instead of a securely signed icon which I would expect. I've turned
sign only on encrypt and encryption mode is set to no encryption, and
imported all the intermediates and roots from the
tried using individual users but with the same
result. Please help, I am
pulling my hair out trying to get this to work.
You said "every email client receives only a smime.p7s file". A clear
digitally signed message is a message with a smime.p7s attachment. You
need an S/MIME capable email client to show the signature status. Are
you sure you have tested it with an S/MIME capable email client like for
example Outlook or Thunderbird and not just with webmail or a mobile
email client without S/MIME support?
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