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Thread: Smime Configuration on Zimbra 8

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    Default Smime Configuration on Zimbra 8

    Hi everyone,

    One of my customers wants to send encrypted emails and for that reason I'm looking the smime functionality.
    I need some help on how to create and install the certificates and how to use the smime.

    If someone has any document or link with instructions, I would appreciate it if it can shared it with me.

    I have zimbra 8.0.3 network edition

    Thanks in advanced,

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    Thanks for your answer.

    I have seen the documentation. It says that I have to create a PKI certificate and a private key for the users.
    I don't know how to create that files. For this reason I created a pkcs12 file using the openvpn scripts because I saw that that file can be imported on windows 7.

    Also the keys was imported on firefox.

    But, nothing happening when the send button is pressed, from the zimbra web client (Firefox), when I choose to sign the email. It stays there, without any error message.

    Any Ideas?


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