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grack

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Hello does anybody have an idear how do i can install gpg on the webinterface to get secure mail on der kerio webmail.

Is there a plugin for kerio
Or is there a work around for that.

thanks
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My IT Indy

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Just out of curiosity, what security does PGP give you that an SSL cert doesn't?

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grack

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tell me if i am wrong
but the ssl cert make a secure conection betwin the mail client or the webbrowser an the mail server??

and with gpg i can crypt the mail an the mail is just readebel
for the user how should get it an not for the hole world like a postcard.

so gpg give me more security
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Ern

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Hi, exactly!
I want to do the same thing. SSL dont help securing SMTP connections between servers not in any way. And also many mail servers dont accept secure SMTP connections. So, the only way is to encrypt whole email. I just searched, but not find any option to insert sertificates. I dont need no any 3rd party sertificate, I need Microsoft compatible sertificates and I can generate them myself with my windows server sertificate authority service. The sertificate must be client sertificate (not server sertificate and with public/private key pair),so when I send mail, I must use public key and recipient who reads this mail, must use private key. The only problem is that Kerio Connect seems not allow to input sertificates into user accounts. Of course I like to use Kerio own webmail, not Outlook that can do it already.
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