[Djigzo users] Encryption and Gmail

Dimitri Yioulos dyioulos at firstbhph.com
Wed Jun 24 16:09:46 CEST 2009


On Wednesday 24 June 2009 9:39:30 am Martijn 
Brinkers wrote:
> 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
> specific setting.
>
> 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 at gamil.com to me at work.com.  I get the
> > message, but Kmail said it was encrypted. 
> > When I clicked on "decrypt Message", I got
> > the following:
> >
> > 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 (or the
> user me at 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.
>
> Martijn
>
> --

Martijn,

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 at work.com, are internal 
users.

Best,

Dimitri


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