Zimbra kindly issued a new license and have installed it to enable S/MIME feature set. Advanced web client now has a nice green security option which allows one to sign, encrypt or sign and encrypt.
What I am struggling to understand is how it should handle inbound signed emails. I sent a signed email to my account and it shows an attachment of smime.p7m but does not do anything with it. I was expecting the S/MIME zimlet to allow me to add it to the store for then encrypting emails to the sender.
Am I missing something please ?
If you figured this out, why not share the solution with others?
He already did in the first line of the above (edited) post.
Originally Posted by MACscr
He already posted about that in another post, so I thought that was just an opening statement and was now moving on two his next problem which he listed below that.
Originally Posted by phoenix
i do not think the zimlet does import smime.p7m into firefox keystore
I saved it and imported on my Kleopatra, then i imported the file smime.p7m into firefox adding it to key store
in this way it does work and u can sign and encrypt in less that 2 minutes
But as far as u 'now, the zimlet should import automatically every inbound s/mime attach?
if I am not wrong, kmail did this with gpg keys, one time when i used it