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Jochen H.

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Hello,

I´m just testing s/mime email signing and encrypting.

All is working very good but one part I don´t understand...

Kerio Connect Client (Webmail):
I receive an email from external which is signed. I can view the certificate but I am not able to store this certificat or combine it with a contact.

...now I am able to answer this mail with encrytion - but a new mail to this recipient cannot be encrypted.

Outlook:
...I am able to combine the certificate with the contact and it is possible to write new AND encrypted mail to the recipient.

After I have combined the certifiate with the contact using Outlook it is possible to write encrypted (new) mails to the recipient via Webmail too.

My conclusion is the the part of storing the public key appended to an email is the missing part.

Is this right?
...or is the problem, that I don´t know how to?

... when I am right with my conclusion - is this "Missing Feature" on the Roadmap?

Thanks

Jochen
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