On Wednesday 24 June 2009 9:39:30 am Martijn
Dimitri Yioulos wrote:
The Encrypt Mode default for each new user
is "Allow". So, I should change that to "No
Encryption" each time I set up a new user?
The settings are hierarchical. You have the
system settings, global settings, wild-card
domain settings (*.example.com) domain settings
and user settings. Lower levels inherit from
higher levels if a setting is not explicitly
set. You can override the inherited value by
unchecking the "inherit" checkbox for the
In your case you should set "Encrypt mode" to
allow for the global settings (which is the
default) and explicitly set it to "No
encryption" ONLY for the CA sender (the email
address of the CA). Doing so assures you that
the email with the pfx is not S/MIME encrypted.
On another front, I sent an encrypted message
from me(a)gamil.com to me(a)work.com. I get the
message, but Kmail said it was encrypted.
When I clicked on "decrypt Message", I got
Encrypted message (decryption not possible)
Reason: No secret key
Isn't Djigzo supposed to automatically
decrypt messages for internal users?
Are you sure that the domain work.com
user me(a)work.com) is an internal user. Only for
users that are internal users is email
decrypted. Email to internal users is decrypted
and email to external users is encrypted.
In Settings | Edit Global preferences, I set
Encrypt Mode to "No Encryption". That should
take care of the CA sender issue, right?
Both the domain, and me(a)work.com, are internal
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