De : Martijn Brinkers [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Envoyé : jeudi 10 juin 2010 14:52
À : users(a)lists.djigzo.com
Cc : Christian Grégoire
Objet : Re: [Djigzo users] Djigzo for BlackBerry
> Martin, if I understood your answer to Marco
> (dated Jun 9th), the main advantage of your app over the native
> BB S/MIME functionality is that you only use one certificate
> on the device to encrypt messages between the handheld and the
> Djigzo gateway, when a standard usage of S/MIME would require to
> store each recipient's certificate on the device ?
> Did I get you right ?
Yes that's correct. The certificate on the
BlackBerry is used for the
encrypted and signed S/MIME tunnel between the BlackBerry and the
gateway. When an email sent with Djigzo for BlackBerry is received by
the Djigzo gateway, and the user is allowed to relay, the gateway will
then forward the message to the final recipient. Whether the forwarded
message is again encrypted (with S/MIME or PDF) is up to the Digzo
gateway settings. The main advantage of this setup is that all
certificate management can be done on the gateway.
OK. My BlackBerrys are BES-enabled. I plan to put the Djigzo gateway
in front of the Exchange server. Would that work ?